The ISOCELL HP1 from Samsung Semiconductors is a 200 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor that is designed for capturing 8K videos and low-light pictures in handheld devices. It has an electronic rolling & global reset shutter feature that can capture videos at a frame rate of 30 fps in 8K, 120 fps in 4K, & 240 fps in FHD and images at a frame rate of 7.5 fps at 200 MP, 30 fps in 50 MP & 120 fps in 12.5 MP. This image sensor has a 10-bit ADC and a 4x4 RGB Bayer pattern in a 1/1.57" optical format. It delivers a data rate of 4 Gbps per lane through a 3 lane interface (C-PHY) and up to 4.5 Gbps per lane through a 4-lane interface (D-PHY).
The ISOCELL HP1 features Samsung's ChameleonCell technology that uses three different pixel layouts depending on the shooting environment. This technology rearranges the pixel array by using enhanced software remosaic powered by deep learning algorithms. ChameleonCell technology can merge 4 pixels into one to bring the resolution down to 50 MP allowing faster frame rates for recording in 8K and 4K with minimum loss in field-of-view. While capturing images ChameleonCell merges 16 pixels into one to transform into a 12.5 MP sensor which vastly improves light absorption, brightness and reduces noise.
The ISOCELL HP1 uses Smart-ISO Pro technology to adapt to the lighting conditions by selectively choosing High or Low ISO mode. It also uses multisampling to reduce noise by averaging multiple frames into one and Staggered HDR to capture three exposures and merge them into one image with a high dynamic range. This image sensor has Double Super PD, a phase detection autofocus (PDAF) system that enables faster, more accurate focus with the use of micro-lenses and dedicated autofocus pixels.
The ISOCELL HP1 requires a DC supply of 2.2 V (analog), 1.8 V (I/O) and 1.05 V (digital).