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Alice Camera and why the Future is Bright!

Alice Camera

The Alice Camera, launched to great success this month has to be the most hopeful product for the future of cameras that we have seen lately. It marries the Sony IMX294, a 10.7 megapixel 4/3 sensor with a custom chipset including the Edge TPU chip from Google for AI and an FPGA for calculations.  The result is a camera body with the same sensor as the GH5s which is a killer low light camera capable of excellent 4k footage and images with super low noise.

Then the camera back is attached to your Android or Apple smartphone to gain an interface and software to control it. The camera is capable of using the latest research for computational photography including HDR with multiple exposures merging, tracking, night mode, averaging of pixels, and as an open-source architecture, you can add features by other coders or your own to make the camera increase the feature set. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Dain app GPU and why you should wait for 2021!

Dain app GPU

Probably no computer-related technology has received more attention on the PC side than GPUs.  NVidia launched the 3000 series of cards with aggressive pricing that completely obliterate the previous 2000 series GPUs for much less money. Things are great for PC gamers, machine learning coders, and 3D animators in 2020 with these levels of performance except for the fact that there is a complete scarcity of GPU cards in most lines including but not limited to the 2000 and 3000 series for a variety of reasons.

Dain app the machine learning frame rate interpolation software uses CUDA v5.0 as the minimum requirement or a GeForce GTX 750 as the minimum card to run it. But that does not mean it will be fast or be able to finish interpolating your high res footage. In fact, a 720p clip interpolated frame rate needs about 10-11GB of VRAM memory on the card as it runs the entirety of the calculation in video memory for predictive algorithms to work.

Dain app and the GPU Shortage:

Dain App will be able to run in any CUDA 5.0+ supported Nvidia card or the following:

  • GeForce GTX 750 Ti, GeForce GTX 750, GeForce GTX 960M, GeForce GTX 950M, GeForce 940M, GeForce 930M, GeForce GTX 860M, GeForce GTX 850M, GeForce 845M, GeForce 840M, GeForce 830M, GeForce GTX 870M
  • GeForce GTX Titan X, GeForce GTX 980 Ti, GeForce GTX 980, GeForce GTX 970, GeForce GTX 960, GeForce GTX 950, GeForce GTX 750 SE,
    GeForce GTX 980M, GeForce GTX 970M, GeForce GTX 965M
  • Nvidia TITAN Xp, Titan X,
    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, GTX 1080, GTX 1070 Ti, GTX 1070, GTX 1060,
    GTX 1050 Ti, GTX 1050, GT 1030,
    MX350, MX330, MX250, MX230, MX150, MX130, MX110
    GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080 Super, RTX 2080, RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2070, RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2060,
    GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660 Super, GTX 1660, GTX 1650 Super, GTX 1650, MX450
  • GeForce RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070, RTX 3060 Ti

However, since the app runs on video memory or VRAM you need a card with a minimum of 4GB of it to have any sort of success at interpolating frames. Even then your card will have too little VRAM to do anything over VGA resolution. There is a workaround however by using the Split frames into sections feature which will render small pixel buckets of frames and re-align a merged final frame with all the parts when done. This allows you to literally render up to 4k footage at higher frame rates without getting higher video memory.

How to Create Slow Motion Videos with DAIN APP | AI Frame Interpolation by GreenBox:

This workaround is very slow and can take days for a few second 4k clip to render on a mid-range PC.  Your best bet is to get a faster GPU with tons of VRAM. In our view, a minimum of 10GB of VRAM or even better yet a minimum of 12GB is preferable to get the best performance.  In Dain app your card’s CUDA cores are the primary speed accelerator but without enough VRAM it becomes slow as molasses.

The good news is that new Nvidia GPUs have more and more VRAM than ever before.  The just-launched 3000 series toys with 24GB on the high end to 8GB on the low end 3060 Ti cards.  However, none of these cards are available at this time at their suggested retail prices. Scalpers literally bought the entire free supply of cards and are selling them on eBay and Amazon at ridiculously high prices approaching anywhere from 40% to 150% mark up. 

You would think that the 3060 Ti FE starting at $399 for an 8GB of VRAM card would be ideal for the Dain app, cheap, great performance, and close to the ideal 10GB of VRAM but there lies the problem.  8GB will force you to do segmented rendering for higher frame rates and that will limit your speed and video frame sizes. Your render time will increase exponentially with also some artifacts from conjoining segments showing up in some instances.

What to do?

If money is no object then we suggest you get a 3090 RTX card with 24GB of RAM. This will be the ideal card setup but we are talking at a hefty price increase as MSRP cards are nowhere to be found. Relying on scalpers will cost you dearly.  You could still get a 3080 with 10GB of VRAM or a 3070, 3060 Ti with 8GB for about 40% more money.

There is a better option in our view and that is, wait for next year. Nvidia is going to ramp up production of 3000 series cards by Q1 2021 offering better lower-priced options of current cards and also a new 3060 card launching with less CUDA and Raytracing tensor cores but with a whopping 12GB of VRAM option.

By having 12GB of VRAM the 3060 card will be ideal for DAIN app on a budget and be able to render footage directly without segmenting the frames. You will get a big cut on CUDA cores on these cards compared to the 3060 TI.  Rumors say that the 4864 CUDA cores of the 3060 Ti will drop down to  3840 on the regular 3060 card. That is a cut of 1000 cores.  It will still have more CUDA cores than most of the 2000 series so it will still be a very capable card for sure.  For example, a 2080 standard card only features 2944 CUDA Cores.  You will really be able to get better technology for a smaller price tag for gaming, graphics, and machine learning applications like Dain app.

Card Options Today?

1. Nvidia RTX 3000 Series

We first start with the RTX 3000 series. You can get them today at high prices but the links below should adjust in time to much lower levels as supply catches up to demand.

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2. Nvidia RTX 2000 Series:

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3. Get in the EVGA Queue!

The company EVGA has developed a product queue at https://www.evga.com/ that allows you to place your name on a waiting list and will email you the right to buy a card for 8 hours. If you do not buy it it will go to the next in line and you will have to re-register a new slot.

We feel this is great for two reasons, you get a great product at the MSRP price and you also refrain from supporting the scalping market.  The downside is that you may have to wait weeks to months for a slot to become available.

4. Wait for next year!

If you wait until 2021, Nvidia will have a January announcement event for RTX with the rumored RTX 3060 card which will be the renamed 3050 ti card.  There will be an option with 12GB of VRAM which will be the best in price performance and should be under $350 USD when it ships in quantity.

Final note: 

We feel you should only buy a card now at inflated prices if you absolutely need it for mission-critical work.  If you can wait please do so to combat price gouging and scalpers who destroy the legitimate market for technology parts.

We have rarely seen such a blatant attack to the consumer. The RTX cards have been gone in mere seconds from online sources due to bots that continuously scan for new stock and snatch it automatically.   By not buying from them you support the community at large and save money in the process.

You can read our article on Dain App and the interpolation of footage that lets you create very convincing super slow motion from almost any frame rate. However, the app shines even more with high-speed footage. You can literally create a 4000fps video from a 1000fps source that looks almost as good as the real thing. Of course you will create frames and data from the ether so for mission-critical and lab studies, Dain app will not be an option.

If you get a new card and run it through Dain app, please share your results and footage below.  Merry Christmas -HSC

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OSMO Pocket will do 200fps with a catch!

OSMO Pocket 200fps

It looks like DJI has not set in stone the frame rate spec of the recently released OSMO Pocket which we found to be excellent in handling and gives a beautiful low light stabilized image considering the small sensor size and price. It even beat out the GoPro Hero 7 in dynamic range and noise control but fell short of frame rates being on our good side. Thanks to our reader Frank for the tip!

In a new video by Drone NewsGuy from Youtube, the pro app and latest beta firmware for the OSMO Pocket are tested and you can enable a somewhat hidden setting to get 200fps in real terms out of the small device. The catch is that the setting requires the phone app to be activated every time you want to use it and will remain there until you change settings to something else. We would love for DJI to allow the 200fps setting right out of the box on the interface and not only that, allow for even greater fps in 720p mode and even a small VGA mode for users needing that extra frame rate.

Osmo Pocket 200fps enable video by Drone NewsGuy:

We were not too impressed by the slow-motion quality at 120fps compared to some more recent cameras like the Sony Alpha series which do sharp and flawless 120fps but the little device is not useless either.  You can also see that in 200fps mode the quality will take another hit down to sub 720p quality but scaled up to a 1080p wrapper.  A good feature to have but not the quality you want for broadcast or high-quality vlogging.

Note: that you will need to have the app and the firmware that supports this when it is released to use the feature. It seems some reviewers had early access!

DJI Osmo Pocket Slow Motion 120 FPS Testing (+ 120fps vs 60fps) by DroningON:

Thanks for the visual link of our site by DroningON on the video above, we appreciate it! 

You can see a very good real-world quality assessment on the footage above at 120p 1080p and 60p 4k taken with the OSMO pocket.  You will be able to use it in good light with acceptable results but not really professional capture. You want something like a GH5 or alpha a7 III series to get that 120p and up to 180fps GH5 and 240fps GH5s with better quality on those cameras.

As we mentioned on our earlier OSMO pocket post, we expect the little device to do very well and produce some amazing footage, however, we can’t wait to see a Pro version of this device and the competition it will bring along with it. A new category of ultraportable camera with quality that punches way above its price and diminutive size.  -HSC

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Lenovo ZUK Z2 960fps Slow Motion Just Interpolation!

Lenovo Zuk Z2

The slow motion phone that was gathering a lot of interest regarding it’s capability was the Lenovo Zuk Z2 Pro with a spec reported to be 960fps.  Such a spec would leapfrog the current iPhone 6s and Google’s Nexus 6P 240fps 720p spec. However it seems such bold claims are usually met with a reality that does not match such claims.

The Youtube channel C4ETech “Subscribe Here” has had a go with the Zuk Z2 and found that the spec is pretty much smoke and mirrors. The 960fps spec which was supposed to be HD quality and full frames is nothing more than 120fps 720p interpolated by software up to 960fps. It doesn’t even allow real 240fps like other competitive phone options.

Lenovo ZUK Z2 Camera Review – 960fps Slow Motion? by C4ETech:

The Zuk Z2 and Z2 Pro are pretty close in specs with the Battery, OS and 5″ vs 5.2″ screen size being the main differences. Camera modules and camera software are identical. As you can see in the video review above; the phone is a run of the mill performer when it comes to higher frame rates and nothing even close to the spec.

As to a real software update that enables true 960fps 720p being released for the phone is probably not in the cards but if released we will re-examine the phone as a higher frame rate alternative.

Lenovo ZUK Z2 Camera Review by nagendhar gunda: → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Zuk Z2 960fps video resolution decoded!

Zuk Z2 Lenovo

The Zuk Z2 has been released and as it’s customary from many manufacturers they omit the slow motion or just mention it as an afterthought.  According to the press release it does support 960fps video recording but nothing else is mentioned.   There is a mention of the feature still not active in the pre release phone due to software lag which will be released at a later date.

That however has not deterred us from crunching some numbers and getting a good estimate from the Samsung 13MP ISOCELL sensor used  which gives us clues as to what to expect in terms of higher frame rate support.  lets dig in!

Zuk Z2 Final Camera Specs:

CAMERA Primary 13 MP, f/2.2, phase detection autofocus, LED flash
Features 1/2.6″ sensor size, 1.34 µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
Video 2160p@30fps     960fps  Slow Motion
Secondary 8 MP, f/2.0, 1.4 µm pixel size, 1080p


We believe the Zuk Z2 is using the  Samsung S5K3M2 CMOS ISOCELL 13 Megapixel Sensor:


    Mobile phone, Tablet
    Resolution 4208×3120 (13M)
    Pixel Size(um) 1.12
    Pixel Type: ISOCELL
    Optical Format(inch) 1/3.06
      Frame Rate(fps) :

    30fps Full Sensor Readout

      Package : Wafer, Die

    Decoding the windowed resolution of 960fps:

    The 13 Megapixel sensor has a resolution of 4208×3120 pixels or 13,128,960 individual pixels in the frame.  The sensor is capable of offering 30fps at full resolution 13MP.

    (30p) * (13,128,960) = 393,868,800 million pixels / second

    However when talking higher frame rates in this case 960fps you cannot surpass the pixel throughput of the sensor specs. Therefore if we cap the sensor to a 16/9 aspect ratio for 960fps we arrive at the following resolution and pixels/frame.

    Using the handy formula on this WikiHow Guide! We can calculate the camera’s approximate reolution for frame rates.

    Zuk Z2: 960fps @ 406,300 pixels/frame

    850px*478px  a frame windowed or line skipped 960fps.    

    This gives a pixel throughput of 390,048,000 a second which is slightly under the sensor spec.   A windowed view would crop the image to the center of the sensor but we estimate they will use a line skip method to preserve aspect ratio while adding aliasing and moire to the final image.

    However these are ideal conditions, most sensors and electronics cannot achieve the maximum sensor spec due to a variety of bottlenecks like memory bandwidth which could be timed lower to conserve power especially on a phone that needs to conserve battery power and keep heat under control.


    So what we can derive from these numbers is that the Zuk Z2 slow motion 960fps mode will  be below 720p HD and will be closer to Super VGA resolution 800*600 but in a 16:9 aspect ratio.  This gives us an approximate 850*478 frame.  So the 960fps spec is to be taken with resolution into consideration. If you were expecting HD or FHD resolution on a phone at these frame rates we are sorry to disappoint you.

    Lenovo Zuk Z2 pro Unboxing & Hands-on Review by China Gadgets:

    Cause for hope!

    Since 960fps is used as a top spec it could also allow for 480fps and 240fps intermediate frame rates that could also approach higher frame resolution maybe HD or Full HD if lucky.   However until more samples and or specs are released it will only be speculation at this point.

    We will continue to be behind the Zuk Z2 info and keep you up to date as it develops.

    Price and availability:

    The Zuk Z2 by Lenovo is expected to ship June 2016 at a MSRP of $439.00 USD or  370 €uro.

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Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro will have 960fps Video Confirmed!


This week’s announcement of the Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro smartphone has been plagued with misinformation and spec sheets that were not complete.  We have received a full spec sheet for the phone now translated from Chinese that confirms the existence of 960fps video.

The phone will have 4k UHD video as well and a plethora of features that are completely new in smartphones like the ability to read wet fingerprints with it’s sensor and several health directed sensors like UV light, heart rate and blood oxygen which were also present in the Galaxy S6 last year.  The slowmo spec is the standout feature for us!

ZUK Z2 Back Camera Specs:

  • Rear 13 million effective pixel large 1.34 μm pixel, customize Samsung ISOCELL image sensor pixel barrier
  • OIS / EIS double anti-shake image stabilization technology
  • Aperture: f / 1.8 large aperture
  • FOV: 77.8 degrees (diagonal)
  • Focus range: 10cm to infinity
  • Qualcomm 14 Spectra ™ ISP
  • Color temperature LED flash
  • Blue glass infrared filter
  •  Video recording photo, face detection, panorama mode, Intelligent HDR, timer, Timelapse pictures
  • 960fps slow motion video Mode  (Unknown Resolution)

As you can see the 960fps slow motion mode is shown which probably means there will also be a 120fps and 240fps mode maybe even a 480fps intermediate step mode.  However resolution is not listed and for now even Lenovo Reps can’t talk about the quality of the video.  In our experience these phone specs usually are under-powered and full of artifacts built from interpolated frames and at this time we have no indication if it will be HD or FHD res.

What is ISOCELL Sensor by Samsung?

“Building on these past advances and continuing the push toward higher quality image sensors for mobile devices, Samsung has developed ISOCELL the next generation of pixel technology, which is patent pending. ISOCELL technology forms a physical barrier between neighboring pixels – isolating the pixel. This isolation enables more photons to be collected from the micro-lens and absorbed into the correct pixel’s photodiode minimizing undesired electrical crosstalk between pixels and allowing expanded full well capacity (FWC).

Compared to conventional BSI pixels, the ISOCELL pixels decrease the crosstalk by approximately 30 percent which results in higher color fidelity to reproduce the original color with sharpness and richness, and increase the full well capacity (FWC) by 30 percent which leads to greater dynamic range.

Additionally, an imager designed with ISOCELL can feature a 20 percent wider chief ray angle (CRA), reducing the height of the camera module. This makes it suitable for slim and small form factor mobile devices with challenging low z-height requirements. ”

Video Continued: Interpolation could be a way of achieving those 960fps video speeds with the phone from a 240fps initial source at even 1080p which would be impressive still.

Zuk Z2 Page in Chinese From Lenovo Here!

We hope to find out more about this phone and get samples soon enough.  In the mean-time check out the full phone specs below:

Full Phone Specs:

  • UltimateQualcomm @ Xiaolong ™ 820 14nm Kryo 64-bit quad-core, clocked at 2.15GHz

    Adreno ™ 530 3D graphics processor 624MHz

    Based on Hexagon ™ 680 full-time low-power sensor SPU

    Run Memory: 4GB LPDDR4 dual-channel 1866MHz

    High-speed flash memory: 64GB UFS 2.0 (Gear3) 5.8Gbps

    Exclusive EditionQualcomm @ Xiaolong ™ 820 14nm Kryo 64-bit quad-core, clocked at 2.15GHz

    Adreno ™ 530 3D graphics processor 624MHz

    Based on Hexagon ™ 680 full-time low-power sensor SPU

    Running out of memory: 6GB LPDDR4 dual-channel 1866MHz

    High-speed flash memory: 128GB UFS 2.0 (Gear3) 5.8Gbps

  • Dimensions and weight
    Height: 145.4 mm

    Width: 70.5 mm

    Thickness: 4.6 ~ 7.45 mm

    Weight: Ultimate Edition / Exclusive Edition of about 145 g

  • Cellular networkFDD-LTE (bands 1, 2, 3,4,5,7,8,20)TDD-LTE (bands 38, 39, 40, 41)TD-SCDMA (bands 34, 39)WCDMA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz)CDMA2000 (800 MHz)GSM / EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

    CDMA (800MHz)

  • wireless network802.11 a / b / g / n / ac WiFi, support for 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band low-power Bluetooth 4.1 support BLE connection
  • Display5.2 inches 1920 * 1080 Full HD Super AMOLED, 424 PPI100,000: 1 dynamic contrast ratio178 ° wide viewing angle100% NTSC / sRGBSun screen 500cd / m² (maximum brightness) to support polarized sunglassesDark eye screen as low as 1cd / m² Blu-ray eye

    2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass

    Positive use of anti-oil anti-fingerprint coating


  • Back Camera Specs:
    Rear 13 million effective pixel large 1.34 μm pixel, customize Samsung ISOCELL image sensor pixel barrierOIS / EIS double anti-shake image stabilization technologyAperture: f / 1.8 large apertureLens Composition: 6PFOV: 77.8 degrees (diagonal)Focus range: 10cm to infinity

    PDAF + CAF dual focus mode

    Qualcomm 14 Spectra ™ ISP

    Color temperature LED flash

    Blue glass infrared filter

    A key short video recording photo, face detection, panorama mode, Intelligent HDR, time taking pictures

  • 960fps slow motion video
  • Front cameraPre-8.0 effective megapixels, 1.4μm large pixelLens Composition: 5PF-number: f / 2.0FOV: 78.9 degrees (diagonal)Qualcomm 14 Spectra ™ ISPBlue glass infrared filter

    Face detection, intelligent men and women beauty, time taking pictures

    Lenovo Zuk Z2 Pro VS Xiaomi MI5 by Sami Luo Video:


  • And Connectors
  • Battery and chargingBattery Type: Built-in lithium-ion polymer batteryBattery capacity: typ: 3100mAh, Min: 3000mAhBattery replacement: Not supported
  • 10 Professional SensorsHeart rate, blood oxygen sensorUltraviolet sensorsPneumatic altimeterTriaxial accelerometerThree-axis gyroscopeThree-axis electronic compass

    Proximity sensor

    Ambient light sensor

    Hall Sensor

    GPS GLONASS Beidou AGPS Galileo (hardware support)

  • operating systemZUI with amazing new features, and updated many features you use every day, ever extremely important ZUI version.
  • Built-in applications
  • SIM cardFull Netcom 3.0
  • Package ContentsZ2 Pro phoneZ2 Pro charging and data cable (Type-C interface)chargerZ2 Pro phone Quick GuideZ2 Pro phone Warranty certificate

HSC- Special thanks to readers Jorick60 and Gonb for the heads up on this phone specs and release!

Pre-order will start on May 10 on ZUK’s official website for the phone.

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