Well, the Nothing Phone 1 is fully revealed, we finally have the replies to the queries fans have been asking about the Phone 1’s cameras. The device has two main cameras – a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 and another 50-megapixel Samsung JN1 ultra-wide lens.
The Sony IMX766 has optical image stabilization, electronic image stabilization, and an f/1.88 aperture. The ultra-wide lens only has electronic image stabilization and an aperture of f/2.2. In terms of the front-facing, punch-hole camera, it’s a pretty standard 16MP lens, both OIS and EIS are supported here.
The second camera at the back is a 50-megapixel unit from Samsung with an ISOCELL JN1 sensor. In terms of size, it is a 1/2.76” sensor. Here we take a lens with an aperture of f/2.2 with an FoV (field of view) of 114 degrees. EIS has been supported in this camera. This camera is also used for macro shooting (4cm).
Nothing Phone 1 4K video recording features
The Nothing Phone 1 has quite a few modes that you can use with these cameras. For an instant, Night Mode is available on both its rear cameras and both can shoot HDR images. In the case of video recording, Nothing Phone 1 has a 4K video recording. These videos are recorded at a maximum of 30fps. The 1080p recording can be done at 30 or 60 fps, while the Live HDR recording can be done at 30 fps.
If you choose to shoot in Night mode, you can record both 720p and 1080p video at 30fps. Of course, both OIS and EIS are used for video recording.
What about the front camera?
Well, the 16-megapixel unit of Sony’s IMX471 sensor is of no use to anything. Its aperture is f / 2.45 and it is a 1/3.1″ sensor. This camera also has a “Google Filter” and the same goes for Live Photo, HD Portrait, Beauty Mode, and Night Mode options.