Monday, June 20, 2011

Aptina Launches 1.75um Pixel-based 2MP Sensor

Aptina announced MT9D015, a 1/5-inch, 2MP sensor for primary and front-facing cameras for still image and video capture in smartphones. The sensor captures 720p/30fps video and also full resolution snapshots at 30fps for reduced shutter lag. Video recording in 720p/30fps format relies on high quality scaling provides and maintains full field-of-view. The MT9D015 uses the latest generation 1.75um pixels and enables low z-height to enable thinner phones. The sensor integrates some ISP features like defect correction, scaling and lens shading correction.

Currently sampling, the MT9D015 is being evaluated by several leading mobile manufacturers. Mass production is scheduled for calendar Q4 2011.

9 comments:

  1. Just in time for last year.

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  2. it uses their new A-pix technology, so what do you mean by just in time for last year??? Thats a bit harsh!

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  3. Even if it used B-pix or C-pix technology, it is too little to late.

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  4. it's never too late.

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  5. Sure it is. Anyone want to by my brand new CIF sensor with 2.8um 3T pixels? Only 50e- noise!

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  6. I knew a company who just sold 8M CIF 2.8um 3T sensors in China market these days.

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  7. fyi, the group photo from IISW 2011 has been posted:

    http://imagesensors.org/Current%20Workshop/2011%20Group%20Photo.jpg

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  8. finally an interesting news!

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