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18 Megapixel BSI sensor
Ralf Jurrien : October 28th 2012 - 18:50 CET
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Aptina18 Megapixel BSI sensor from Aptina : Aptina announced the AR1820HS 18 megapixel digital camera sensor. The new sensor targets high-end compact digital cameras as well as high-end consumer DV applications. The AR1820HS delivers stunning 18 megapixel high resolution images with a new high-performance 1.25-micron backside illuminated (BSI) pixel, fitting in the 1/2.3-inch mainstream DSC optical format. The AR1820HS utilizes Aptina A-PixHSTM technology, which brings Aptina’s BSI sensor pixel technology together with advanced high-speed sensor architecture to enable a new class of high performance cameras. A-PixHS technology provides high quantum efficiency, low noise, and low power consumption.

Aptina AR1820HS 18 Megapixel sensor
The rich feature set and flexibility of the Aptina AR1820HS sensor allows cameras to implement a wide array of capture modes. The native 18MP resolution can be read out at up to 24fps, enabling high-resolution, and high-speed burst still image capture capability. In video modes, the sensor can output a 16:9 aspect ratio, full field-of-view 14MP at 30fps and a binned 8MP at 60fps. This oversampled image readout enables superior resolution, noise performance, and cleaner overall video. Additionally, over-sampled video provides extra area for electronic image stabilization (EIS) and steady digital zooming. The Aptina AR1820HS 18 mepgapixel sensor summing capability provides the camera designer with the option of faster 1080p60 and 1080p120 video modes, or lower power consumption video options.

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Aptina 18 Megapixel BSI sensor
The AR1820HS 18 megapixel BSI sensor extends Aptina’s growing portfolio of DSC and DVC image sensor solutions and follows the success the MT9F002 14MP sensor has had with Tier-1 consumer DSC, DVC, and Sportscam markets. The Abtina AR1820HS delivers improved low ISO speed (outdoor) performance, high-ISO speed (low light) performance, lower structured noise, and better angular response than the MT9F002 14MP sensor.
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