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Sony high speed CMOS sensor

Mark Peters : 2006-04-19 17:36:00
Sony high speed CMOS sensor : Starting with their adoption in cellular phones in 2002, Sony’s CMOS sensors for Megapixel camera phones, digital high definition video cameras, and Digital SLRs have become widely used in commercial products. The greatest strength of CMOS sensors is that by including both digital and analog circuits on the same chip, their readout speed can be made dramatically faster than that of CCD. Sony is now pushing forward with the development of high-speed CMOS sensors for digital cameras that can provide continuous imaging from all pixels at the high frame rate of 60 frame/s. Sony is also developing in parallel a camera digital signal processor (DSP) that can take full advantage of this performance.

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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