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8 Megapixel image sensors from Aptina
Mark Peters : December 22th 2012 - 11:00 CET
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AptinaAptina intros 8 Megapixel image sensors : The Aptina AR0835 image sensor meets the accelerating demand within the smartphone market, and the Aptina AR0835HS image sensor takes on the challenging sports camera markets for very fast, high performing digital cameras with still and video capabilities. The new high-speed Aptina image sensors enable the full-width 16:9 HD video window to be readout at 60fps without pixel binning or cropping the field-of-view. This 6 megapixel data stream oversamples the target image by 3x resulting in video as sharp as that of the high-end multi-sensor video cameras used in television studios. In addition, camera manufacturers can take advantage of this speed to enable the capture of 6 megapixel images without interrupting the video stream and with zero shutter lag.

Aptina image sensors

Aptina image sensors
The new Aptina image sensors features high dynamic range capabilities for capturing natural high-range still and video scenes; on-chip binning to provide 720p 120; an optional on-chip scaler to reduce data transmission rates to enable operation with a wide range of image coprocessors, and slow-motion playback. Unique to the Aptina AR0835 mobile sensor is pin-to-pin compatibility along with a shared lens and lens placement to accommodate standard modules with Aptina’s 8 Megapixel AR0833. The video camera sensor (AR0835HS) uses a proprietary extremely fast (up to 32-lanes) HiSPi data interface while the AR0835 uses a 4-lane MIPI interface.

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Availability Aptina image sensors
The Aptina AR0835 image sensor is in mass production now. Available in both die form as a stand-alone sensor, and with Aptina’s mobile imaging co-processor for a fully tuned, complete camera solution. The Aptina AR0835HS image sensor is currently sampling in a new 10x10mm CLCC package and will be available in mass production CY Q1 2013.
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