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Fujitsu image sensor operates with 2 lux of available light

Posted: 31 May 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:mb86s02a? cmos image sensor? microcamera module? pda camera? cellphone camera?

Shipped with a built-in proprietary kTC noise-elimination circuit, the MB86S02A CMOS image sensor from Fujitsu Ltd is able to reduce feedback noise and improve light sensitivity, making it possible for users to shoot with light levels as low as 2lx.

The 110,000-pixel microcamera module offers a built-in lens and a CIF-compatible CMOS sensor that consumes 30mW (15fps), making it suitable for integration in mobile phones and PDAs.

The 7.8-by-6.98-by3.95mm is shipped in the company's proprietary bump-chip carrier packaging and also features an RGB filter, AGC, auto white-balance, auto flicker cancellation, variable scan direction, and gamma correction.

The 9MHz sensor operates from a 2.8V source and can be controlled via an I2C interface. The built-in plastic lens has an aperture of f2.6 and a 600C filed of view.

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