TheLastOracle, 05 Jun 2023Looking at the various photo samples, and that's by various people and groups, Sony doesn... moreOr maybe it's because it's targeted at professional users, not your dad at his golf meetup snapping a picture of his score in full auto. Edit the raw files and you'll see that it's a great sensor. It's not up to Sony to make use of the sensor - it's up to the user. If you're not getting good pictures out of an Xperia, it's safe to say it's a user error :)
SuuperBaka, 05 Jun 2023"Higher bitrate does not equal better quality or more details." Bitrate refers to... moreI by no means have the authority to give this award, but I nominate this comment of the day.
Waiting for the Sony Xperia 5 V... 1 V is to tall and to expensive.. if the upgrade isn't big enough i will buy a 5 IV
Anonymous, 04 Jun 2023Where? 2000 USD? 2000 rupee? 2000 euro?$ = Dollars. Are you okay?
fractalawareness, 05 Jun 2023They should have released 5V the same time as 1V and 10V. At least earlier than Pixel 8, other... more5v
8/12GB , 128/256GB
Imx888 24mm + imx563 16mm + imx 650 60mm, imx663 24mm front
They should have released 5V the same time as 1V and 10V. At least earlier than Pixel 8, otherwise I will not be patient enough.
blue, 05 Jun 2023Higher bitrate does not equal better quality or more details."Higher bitrate does not equal better quality or more details."
Bitrate refers to depth of information, whether in video or audio
A higher bitrate results in better quality but also larger file sizes which is why it's not necessarily good since it depends on your situation. If you want to record for longer, you use a lower bitrate
But having a higher bitrate does result in better quality. This isn't debatable. Just because you say something, doesn't mean it's true. I have backed myself up, you haven't.
This isn't the only aspect that Sony is superior in, they also record at a higher fps since Xiaomi drops frames while recording.
blue, 05 Jun 2023Higher bitrate does not equal better quality or more details.No?
In case you do not know, everything you watch on tv is recorded at 300, 400, 500 or even 600Mbps. This is what TV channels use.
Not even counting movies , since they are using raw files over 1000Mbps.
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2023I hope your experiences with that Sony products are more positive, than what mine have been wi... moreHow come my customer center called me regarding collection and repair matters? Try harder.
YUKI93, 05 Jun 2023In my country, the Xperia 1 Mk5 costs the same as the iPhone 14 Pro Max with the same 256GB in... moreI hope your experiences with that Sony products are more positive, than what mine have been with various Sony products. Also their customer service never bothered to even try call me back, or reply to emails. That's one way to keep a customer away, I guess.
Anonymous, 04 Jun 2023Where is fix for my ipad? It has been 2 years waiting. Bugs introduced with ios14, I have... moreYou should report that issue to Apple, so they can at least attempt to fix it. I had some major issues with my OnePlus phones back when Android 11 was the latest OS - but newer OS versions fixed those issues. Now waiting for the 3rd and final major Android update for this model, which will be Android 14 - and it gets one more year of security patches after that. Every other month an update arrives, keeps the phone relatively secure.
blue, 05 Jun 2023Higher bitrate does not equal better quality or more details.You are in your own delusion world again. Superbaka has already explained. Do read through again and again if you could not understand. If better still, PM him .
walkman8, 04 Jun 2023After 40 or so minutes. The trouble is Sony's giving you mediocre video throughout the en... moreFacepalm to the max. Seriously they don't honor their FPS statement then. I would rather Sony honor their 60FPS and give overheat warning rather than drop rate to trick and satisfy consumers that their equipment can record lengthy videos , but produces low quality output.
Lucky the Xperia 1V solves the heating issues.
Looking at the various photo samples, and that's by various people and groups, Sony doesn't seem yo have made much use of rhe new sensor technology. Maybe it's stubborn arrogance in attempting to dismiss smartphone HDR and Computational Photography Algorithms.
They are trying to bet on the monopoly they have over the market, thinking that there are no phones with a 3.5mm headphone jack and an SD card slot.
Little do they know that there are other manufacturers that have begun to notice this niche segment. The iQOO Z7 is a monumentally better phone than the 10 V. The only thing this trumps the iQOO is in size, weight and water resistance.