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Dennis Hissink : October 20th 2005 - 18:10 CET

Kodak KAF 39000 CCD sensor


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KodakKodak KAF 39000 CCD sensor : Kodak has once again set the quality standard for digital imaging with a new high-resolution image sensor that allow professional photographers to capture digital images with the most life-like detail possible. Already the world's leading supplier of image sensors for medium-format professional photography, Kodak is expanding its product line with the introduction of the world's highest-resolution sensors for professional photography. The Kodak KAF-39000 Image Sensor, featuring 39 million pixels, offer professional camera and camera back manufacturers resolution and image detail that was once unimaginable for digital cameras, allowing photographers to experience a new level of image quality.
Kodak KAF 39000 CCD sensorKAF39000 CCD - 39 Megapixels
The new KAF-39000 CCD image sensor have already been selected for use by Phase One A/S for use in their upcoming P45 digital camera back. "Our new image sensor nearly doubles the resolution available for professional photography, helping bring images to life in a way never before possible," said Chris McNiffe, general manager of Kodak's Image Sensor Solutions operations. "Kodak offers the broadest image sensor portfolio with the highest resolutions for medium-format photography, providing camera and camera back manufacturers great flexibility to meet the varied demands and requirements of their users."

CCD image sensor - Imaging science
A pioneer in imaging science, Kodak develops and supplies both CCD and CMOS image sensors for applications ranging from medical and industrial imaging to digital cameras and mobile phones for consumer markets. Earlier this year, Kodak announced the first CMOS image sensors to arise from its manufacturing alliance with IBM (the KAC-5000 and KAC-3100 Image Sensors), and an agreement to license key CMOS Image Sensor manufacturing technology to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC), the world's largest dedicated semiconductor foundry. When combined with the CCD announcement made today, Kodak is again demonstrating its ability to continue as a leading supplier of high-performance CCD image sensors while also providing innovative image sensors for mass-market consumer applications.

KAF-39000 - Professional photography
With 39 million imaging pixels in a 36 mm x 48 mm imaging area, the KAF-39000 sets a new standard for image resolution in professional photography, while the 31.6 million pixel KAF-31600 deploys this same high-performance pixel in a smaller, 33 mm x 44 mm imaging area. At the heart of these imagers is a newly designed 6.8 micron CCD pixel that enables higher sensor resolutions while still retaining the performance required by professional photographers for sensitivity, dynamic range, and color fidelity.

Phase One - Medium format CCD sensor
"Phase One is pushing the cutting edge of digital imaging technology for professional photographers," said Henrik Hakonsson, CEO of Phase One. "Kodak's family of medium-format CCD sensors has allowed us to offer a portfolio of state-of-the-art solutions that provide the exceptional image quality and performance that customers have come to expect from Phase One."

Hasselblad - Digital image sensor
"Kodak continues to set the standard for high-quality digital image sensors," said Christian Poulsen, CEO of Hasselblad. "Our customers paint pictures with light, requiring the ability to capture even the most delicate and subtle features of an image. The technologies and products provided by Kodak allow us to offer cameras to professional photographers that deliver on these high expectations."

About Eastman Kodak Company and infoimaging
Kodak is the leader in helping people take, share, print and view images, for memories, for information, for entertainment. With sales of $13.5 billion in 2004, the company is committed to a digitally oriented growth strategy focused on the following businesses: Health: supplying the medical and dental industries with traditional and digital imaging-information products and services, as well healthcare IT solutions and services; Graphic Communications: offering on-demand color and black and white printing, wide-format inkjet printing, high-speed, high-volume continuous inkjet printing, as well as document scanning, archiving and multi-vendor IT services; Digital & Film Imaging Systems: providing consumers, professionals and cinematographers with digital and traditional products and services; and Display & Components: which designs and manufactures state-of-the-art organic light-emitting diode displays as well as other specialty materials, and delivers imaging sensors to original equipment manufacturers.





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