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Mark Peters : November 12th 2009 - 14:40 CET

Sanyo Hybrid cameras equipped with Aptina sensor?


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SanyoAptina 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.
Aptina MT9F001 image sensor

Aptina MT9F001 image sensor
The Aptina image sensor features an integrated electronic image stabilizer, however, it can be expanded by an optical stabilizer. The new image sensor uses the so-called Aptina A-Pix technology and an HiSPi (High Speed Serial Pixel Interface) data interface to ensure fast processing of pictures as well as videos. According to Mr. Toshinobu Haruki, General Manager in the DI Division at Sanyo, the first results proved satisfying. We predict to come across the first Sanyo hybrid cameras providing 14 Megapixels of resolution around the time of the CES 2010.

Sanyo Hybrid cameras

Sanyo Hybrid cameras at CES 2010?
The decision to equip these types of cameras with high resolution sensors, is, as always, purely related to marketing. It is completely unnecessary, and it will certainly not automatically translate into a higher image quality. Obviously the innovative algorithms and improved processors will enhance the image processing speed in particular, however, from a resolution viewpoint we don't see any advantage. Let's hope this is as far as it goes, although that might just be wishful thinking...




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