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Panasonic unveils 3 Megapixel mobile camera module

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-09 16:39:52
Panasonic SC Device Solutions Co., Ltd. ,a subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., today announced the development of a 3-megapixel camera module designed for mobile phones. With the latest v Maicovicon image sensor at the core, the module, GP-KM3500V, incorporates auto-focusing and image-stabilizing capabilities in the industry's thinnest 8.63mm package. The GP-KM3500V makes camera phones thinner while ensuring superb picture quality. "Conventional 3-megapixel Charge Coupled Device (CCD) and CMOS image sensors are not small enough to design compact camera modules, resulting in bulky mobile phones. This new camera module successfully combines quality imaging with compact design.


IC Media develops first CMOS using 2.575 Micron

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-08 20:13:54
IC Media Corporation, a leading developer of CMOS image sensors, announced the successful development of the industry's first CMOS image sensors using a 2.575 x 2.575 micron pixel. The test vehicles using this pixel were 3 and 4 Megapixel sensors. These devices were developed using an extension of IC Media's proprietary EmeraldPixel architecture, which offers an industry-leading 25 degree acceptance angle. The sensors also incorporate certain optical enhancement technologies to improve quantum efficiency. "This development is a testament to IC Media's continuing technological leadership," commented Richard Char, President and CEO, IC Media. - A sample image captured with the new pixel technology is used in this article -


Micron - 2 new smaller VGA CMOS sensors available

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-26 12:11:33
Micron announced availability of the MT9V012 low power stand alone sensor and MT9V112 SOC VGA sensor which are being delivered to handset manufacturers throughout Asia, Europe and the US. The sensors demonstrate Micron's ability to shrink the form factor of image sensors while maintaining leadership in image quality and low cost supplier position. The sensors are designed for the low cost and small size camera modules suitable for low and mid-tier mobile handset models, as well as dual-mode cameras, high end and 3G Smartphone models. "Our commitment to quality is apparent in our new 1/6-inch VGA sensors' capability to capture crisp, sharp images even under poor lighting conditions," commented Micron's Director of Marketing Farhad Rostamian.


Micron unveils sampling low-power 2MP CMOS

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-26 11:02:12
Micron Technology, Inc., announced sampling of the new MT9D011 low-power 2-megapixel CMOS image sensor to mobile handset makers, worldwide. Micron’s exclusive DigitalClarity technology delivers exceptional performance capabilities in all lighting situations and is able to accomplish this while drawing very little current from the power supply. With consumers increasingly demanding higher resolution cameras in handsets ranging from cell phones to PDAs and 3G Smartphones, Micron is pleased to provide an image sensor that approaches the richness of true life while maintaining cost advantages only possible through digital photography using CMOS image sensors.


Kodak Four Thirds System image sensor powers E-300

Mark Peters : 2004-09-28 22:14:55
Eastman Kodak Company is delivering new technology that allows digital SLR cameras to provide higher quality, more versatility and greater affordability than ever before. The company's new Kodak KAF-8300CE image sensor has been selected by Olympus Corporation of Japan for use in the new Olympus EVOLT E-300 (E-300 in Japan and Europe) camera system, the second digital camera designed by Olympus for the growing Four Thirds System standard. The KAF-8300CE image sensor allows Olympus to manufacture an affordable, standardized camera for the advanced amateur and professional photography markets. The Kodak KAF-8300CE sensor is an enhanced 8.3 million pixel (megapixel) CCD sensor that uses a new 5.4 micron pixel design.






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