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SLR sensor cleaning


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-09 15:42:00
SLR sensor cleaning : Changing lenses, dusty atmospheres and the day-to-day challenges a DSLR faces mean that before long those tell tale-black splodges appear on that stunning sunset you've waited to capture - You've got dust on the sensor. Dust is nothing new for photographers, but sensor modules on digital cameras are extremely delicate, and one wrong move could land you responsible for some serious repair or, worse, replacement costs. The solution is Visible Dust, a cleaning system which actually lifts the dust away from the sensor, instead of simply moving it around, and making the problem worse, like traditional brushes. The majority of dust found on sensors is dry dust. The Arctic Butterfly Sensor Brush is in its element here.


Sony high picture quality CMOS sensor


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-20 18:20:00
Sony high picture quality CMOS sensor : CMOS sensors are now used in cellular phones and other mobile devices, sales of these devices have been increasing rapidly. Furthermore, demand for CMOS sensors has been increasing in fields that require high-speed imaging functions, such as digital single-lens reflex cameras. While CMOS sensor advantages over CCD include lower power consumption and higher speed, their main strength is in the possibilities for system integration, since analog and digital circuits can be integrated. CMOS sensor can achieve high-speed characteristics that could not be achieved with CCD technology and can provide superb image quality that surpasses that of CCDs by taking advantage of these characteristics.


SoC image sensor


Ilse Jurriƫn : 2007-02-17 03:36:00
Depth-of-Field SoC image sensor : MagnaChip and DxO Labs announced that they have jointly developed and are sampling a new breakthrough 3.2 megapixel SoC (System-on-a-chip) image sensor, the MC531EA, featuring DxO Digital Optics Digital Auto-Focus (DAF) Extended Depth-of-Field (EDoF) Priority, a revolutionary embedded imaging technology that eliminates the need for a physical auto-focus in camera phones. More specifically, this new generation of MagnaChip SoC sensor features full auto-focus functionality without any motor or moving parts, enabling a camera module merely equipped with fixed lens optics to deliver sharp images from the foreground through the background.






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