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Worlds first Image Sensor to incorporate MIPI CSI-2


Mark Peters : 2006-02-09 01:25:00
Worlds first Image Sensor to incorporate MIPI CSI-2 : Micron Technology a worldwide provider of advanced memory and image sensor solutions, today introduced a new, one-quarter inch, 2-megapixel image sensor for design into mainstream camera phones, enabling these phones to capture richer, higher-quality digital pictures. Additionally, with this product’s introduction, Micron further demonstrates its industry leadership by being the first company to incorporate Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) standards into an image sensor, allowing cameras to be more easily designed into mobile phones. The sensor is capable of 15 frames per second (fps) at full resolution and 30 fps in video mode, capturing clear video clips.


Image sensor to take digital pictures in the dark


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-07 20:55:00
Image sensor to take digital pictures in the dark : Planet82 Inc, announced today the first USA demonstration of its innovative and highly sensitive image sensor, Single Carrier Modulation Photo Detector (SMPD), which uses nanotechnology to enable cameras to take high resolution photos or video in the dark - without a flash. The world's first chip of its kind, Planet82's SMPD image sensor is 2,000 times more sensitive to light than other image sensors. Until now, taking a picture in the dark without a flash or taking a picture of a candle-lit birthday cake without any other light in the room would yield a dark photograph. Planet82 makes it possible to take clear images even when the light level is less than 1 lux (or up to 0.1 lux).


Sony ICX624 CCD sensor


Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-05 16:25:00
Sony ICX624 CCD sensor : The trends towards further miniaturization and increased pixel counts continue to progress without pause. Furthermore, market needs for improved imaging characteristics continue to increase as well. Sony is now releasing the ICX624AQN/CQV/CQZ diagonal 7.18 mm (Type 1/2.5) 6.04M-effective pixel interline CCDs. These devices not only achieve further miniaturization and higher resolution with a 2.03 micronunit pixel by taking full advantage of Sony’s unique fine fabrication technology, but also improve smear and other imaging characteristics over earlier devices. The trend in pixel counts in consumer digital still cameras is about to shift from the current mainstream, 5M-pixel devices to the 6M-pixel level.






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