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CMOS sensor market

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-12-09 18:18:00
Conference about CMOS sensor developments : The IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference provides a view of the near future. Tomoyuki Suzuki, Senior Vice-President of Sony in Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan, will be one of the various international speakers, and will speak about the challenges that the company is facing concerning the development of image sensors. Looking at the digital camera, a huge development has taken place. The first CCD sensors for consumer electronics were used in the mid-80's in video cameras. In the years that followed, the digital camera made its appearance and proved a great breakthrough. Several quality and performance breakthroughs became reality. The rest, as we know, is history.


Sanyo Hybrid cameras equipped with Aptina sensor?

Mark Peters : 2009-11-12 14:40:00
Aptina image sensor to power future Sanyo digital cameras : Just when we thought 12 Megapixels to be a standard for a compact camera, and camera manufacturers had stopped tumbling over each other in order to introduce the highest possible amount of pixels, Aptina comes to spoil the fun. Aptina is offering a new MT9F001 image sensor to the manufacturers, featuring no less than 14 Megapixels. Here we go again… Naturally, a sensor should achieve an optimal performance, and yes indeed; the sensor is able to capture full video (1080/60 fps). And just where will we see this Aptina 14 Megapixel sensor? According to the information we received, Sanyo seems to seems to have taken a fancy to it / seems to be rather taken by it.


20 Megapixel camera phone technology announced

Mark Peters : 2009-10-13 13:32:00
Texas Instruments 20 Megapixel camera phone technology : New OMAP-DM5x coprocessors from Texas Instruments bring 20 megapixel imaging and 720p high-definition camcorder capabilities to mobile phones. Further addressing consumer expectations for mobile phones that deliver performance equivalent to stand-alone consumer devices, Texas Instruments Incorporated announced two new members of its OMAP-DM5x family of coprocessors, which deliver the industry's highest megapixel capability, with up to 20 Megapixel still imaging capabilities, as well as 720p high-definition (HD) camcorder functionality. With this new technology, manufactures are able to produce 20 Megapixel camera phones.


Leica M9 utilizes Kodak sensor

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-09-10 13:40:00
Leica M9 utilizes Kodak CCD image sensor : The Kodak KAF-18500 Image Sensor was developed specifically for the newly announced Leica M9, the latest member in Leica’s legendary M-series of cameras. Enabling a new generation of features and capabilities for this Rangefinder camera, the Kodak sensor provides full-frame image capture, increased resolution, and improved image quality compared to the image sensor used in the previous generation Leica M8 camera. The Leica M9 is now the fourth Leica camera to utilize Kodak CCD Image Sensors, building on Kodak’s earlier support of the Leica Digital Module-R, the Leica M8 (Leica’s first digital Rangefinder camera), and the new Leica S2 camera.


Delkin sensorscope system

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-03-07 00:14:00
Delkin sensorscope system showcased in Las Vegas : We also spotted Delkin's Sensorscope system at the PMA 2009. The cleaning set for DSLR image sensors, awarded with various Awards, has been enhanced since the last Photokina 2008, with support for three sizes of sensors: 24mm, 20mm, and 16mm sensors. I must admit I have not tried out the set personally, but colleagues that have are all very enthusiast about this (rather pricey) cleaning system. I fear the Sensorscope system will not remain a sales hit much longer, since gradually more and more digital SLR cameras are appearing on the market with a built-in anti-dust system. An expensive solution such as offered by Delkin will become unnecessary.






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