Friday, March 02, 2012

Nemotek Presents Most Advanced VGA Wafer-Level Camera

Sensors Magazine: Morocco-based Nemotek Technologie debuts what it says the world's first two element wafer-level camera, Exiguus H12-A2. The Exiguus H12-A2 features high resolution and less than 0.5% overall distortion all in an 1/10-inch form factor.

The Exiguus H12-A2 is reflowable, and offers sophisticated camera functions, such as auto exposure control, auto white balance, black level calibration, noise reduction, flicker detection and avoidance, color correction and saturation and lens shading correction.

"Today we unveil the first camera that successfully incorporates a two element wafer-lens and is technically more complex while providing better resolution than any current wafer-level offering on the market to date," said Hatim Limati, VP of sales and marketing for Nemotek Technologie. "The Exiguus H12-A2 produces extraordinarily clear, sharp pictures which make it the perfect choice for a wide range of applications. With this new achievement, we are able to further showcase our position as the industry's leader in innovation and design."

In addition, Nemotek marks its debut into the High End VGA market with another new camera based on a 720P High End sensor.

Samples of Nemotek's Exiguus H12-A2 and its High End VGA camera are currently available.


  1. Strange message. I noticed that two element products were already in production in 2009, so what's new? Maybe only that now a factory in Morocco is capable to do this also three years later?

  2. Because this is the first sounding CMOS comonent made in an arabic country...


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