right, the camera has two parts with two different lenses. The main camera features the 12 MP Sony IMX117 sensor, well known from GoPro Hero4 black, Firefly 8s, SJCAM SJ7 or Thieye T5.
The slave camera module features a Sony IMX323 sensor, which is just a 2MP sensor, but still enough for a full HD 1920 x 1080 video at 30fps.
In contrast Git2 uses as 16 MP Sony IMX206 sensor, Git2P a 16 MP Panasonic MN34120PA.
G3 Duo uses a Novatek NT96663 processor; Git2 as well as Git2P use the Novatek NT96660 processor.
Two different lenses are used: Main camera holds a f2.8 5G+2G aspherical lens with 170° FOV. I don’t know if there will be a 90° camera similar to Git2P.
Slave camera uses a f1.8 6G lens with 135° FOV – very light sensitive!
Frame Rates & Resolutions
Currently I’m not sure which resolutions and frame rates will be available. Due to the specs (Sony IMX117 sensor & Novatek 96663 processor) I guess:
- 4K – 24 fps (interpolated)
- 1080p – max. 60 fps (max. 30fps in dual camera mode)
- 720p – max. 120 fps
Of course G3 Duo will feature image stabilisation, a key feature of Git2 which showed excellent results. I can’t wait to see what GitUp did and how they improved it further.
GitUP G3 Duo will feature a 2″ touch display. The picture below shows the 1080p + 1080p PiP feature: