Sunday, February 22, 2015

Sony Low-Cost Global Shutter Sensor

Sony IMX249 low-cost global shutter sensor has already appeared in Point Grey cameras. Now Sony publishes an official IMX249 flyer. There is a difference between Point Grey's announced speed of 41fps and Sony's official 30fps at full 2.35MP resolution. However, on the sample photograph Sony states 60fps for FHD resolution:

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  1. Hi, do you know if the IMX174 and/or IMX249 support a PIV (e.g. as possible with CCD but here with separate shutter time for each exposure and not the last shutter time equal to read out) like mode? There is a cryptic indication of this in the flyer with Hi, do you know if the IMX174 and/or IMX249 support a PIV (e.g. as possible with CCD but here with separate shutter time for each exposure and not the last shutter time equal to read out) like mode? There is a cryptic indication of this in the flyer mention 2 frame set mode...

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  2. What is the price ratio between IMX174 and IMX249 please?

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  3. The new IMX302 has double of the output lanes compared with the IMX249 and is priced in the middle between both. 3 sensors for three different markets.

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    1. what is the pixel size of IMX302 please?

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    2. Alle three sensors uses the 5.86µm pixel.

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