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Image-processing chip targets high-res digicams

Posted: 13 Mar 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CMOS? image sensor? sensor? Fujitsu? digital cameras?

Fujitsu Ltd announced its new LSI image-processing chipthe MB91680A-Twhich promises sharp, high-quality images to be processed in cameras in real time with low power consumption. The new chip is an addition to the company's Milbeaut line of image-processing LSI chips for digital cameras, which includes the flagship model MB91680.

According to the company, the Milbeaut line of image processing LSI chips combines functions necessary for image processing in digital cameras, such as image compression and noise reduction, in a single chip.

In addition to being compatible with conventional single-layer Bayer pattern image sensors, Fujitsu said the MB91680A-T model is also compatible with the Foveon X3 CMOS sensor developed by U.S.-based Foveon Inc., and 3CCD technology found in high-performance video cameras. These features, combined with the functions found in previous models, deliver the highest performance standards in the industry, the company said.

The MB91680A-T chip is available at a sample price of $34.

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