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This Photo Was Taken By Samsung’s 200MP Sensor And It’s Massive

As can be seen from the image and the video, Samsung captured the photo of a cat and then printed it out on a canvas measuring 28 meters by 22 meters. In total, it’s an enormous 616 square meter canvas, which, as the company pointed out, is about one and a half times the size of a basketball court. In fact, it is so huge that the image couldn’t even be printed at once. Instead, the photo had to be printed on twelve separate 7.5-feet-long pieces of fabric and then stitched together to derive the full picture. Despite the huge print, Samsung claims that the image came out crystal clear with all the minute details, thanks largely to the massive resolution of the sensor.

Interestingly, the team was initially looking to capture the image by using a custom adapter to attach various DSLR camera lenses to the test board. However, the company eventually decided to capture the image the same way smartphone users would – without any fancy additional lenses. The resultant image looks decent from a distance, but it isn’t clear why Samsung didn’t release any actual photo samples if the result was as satisfying as the company is making it out to be.

Source: Samsung/YouTube, Samsung

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This Photo Was Taken By Samsung’s 200MP Sensor And It’s Massive

As can be seen from the image and the video, Samsung captured the photo of a cat and then printed it out on a canvas measuring 28 meters by 22 meters. In total, it’s an enormous 616 square meter canvas, which, as the company pointed out, is about one and a half times the size of a basketball court. In fact, it is so huge that the image couldn’t even be printed at once. Instead, the photo had to be printed on twelve separate 7.5-feet-long pieces of fabric and then stitched together to derive the full picture. Despite the huge print, Samsung claims that the image came out crystal clear with all the minute details, thanks largely to the massive resolution of the sensor.

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Interestingly, the team was initially looking to capture the image by using a custom adapter to attach various DSLR camera lenses to the test board. However, the company eventually decided to capture the image the same way smartphone users would – without any fancy additional lenses. The resultant image looks decent from a distance, but it isn’t clear why Samsung didn’t release any actual photo samples if the result was as satisfying as the company is making it out to be.
Source: Samsung/YouTube, Samsung

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