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2007-10-23 SXGA CMOS sensor first with snapshot shutter, LVDS outputs
Cypress Semiconductor has started the commercial sampling of a high-sensitivity, high-speed SXGA resolution CMOS image sensor that's first to offer snapshot shutter and on-chip digital LVDS outputs.
2002-10-11 STMicro CMOS sensor suit USB-enabled digital cameras
The VV600 1.3 million pixel CMOS sensor from STMicroelectronics is capable of operating at 30fps in VGA (640x480) mode for preview on an LC or a PC via USB streaming
2006-08-17 Image sensor enables better images, thinner cellphones
Avago Technologies claimed its new 1/5-inch optical format, 1.3Mpixel image sensor is smaller and offers better image quality than other 1.3Mpixel sensors in the industry
2006-10-09 CMOS sensor enables ultraslim camera phones
OmniVision's sixth-generation CameraChip sensor enables a 25 percent thinner camera module, making it a good fit for ultraslim handset designs
2006-02-28 1.3Mpixel sensor improves image quality for camera phones
Avago Technologies raises the price and performance bar with its 1/4-inch optical format, 1.3Mpixel CMOS image sensor for camera phones
2014-04-17 Configurable sensor boosts speed, optical performance
On Semiconductor's CMOS image sensors support global shutter imaging with correlated double sampling in a compact pixel size, allowing capture of fast moving scenes with up to 1.3Mpx resolutions
2003-12-03 CMOS image sensors claim CCD luminance
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd plans to use its process expertise to become the world's leading supplier of CMOS image sensors by 2007
2003-12-04 CMOS image sensors claim CCD luminance
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd plans to use its process expertise to become the world's leading supplier of CMOS image sensors by 2007
2008-01-25 CMOS image sensor performs in low-light conditions
MagnaChip Semiconductor has launched an HD-ready 1.3Mpixel raw Bayer output CMOS image sensor targeted at the growing markets requiring imaging performance in low-light situations
2005-08-12 1.3MP CMOS image sensor simplifies camera module design
Micron's new 1.3 Megapixel CMOS image sensor is equipped with the company's proprietary low-noise, high-sensitivity DigitalClarity technology that promises brilliant color images even under some of the poorest lighting conditions
2003-11-27 Samsung CIS chip complies with EIA standards
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the development of its high-quality CMOS image sensor chips and camera modules
2005-04-13 Samsung brings image processing platform to IIC
Samsung Electronics has proved that it is not just a supplier of memory products but of image processors as well.
2006-05-25 Image sensors generate progressive 12bit video
AltaSens announced production availability of its 1/3-inch ProCamHD 2460 and 2462 sensors for deployment in high definition video camcorders and HD cameras.
2003-11-06 DongbuAnam begins mass production of megapixel wafers
Pure-play wafer foundry DongbuAnam Semiconductor has begun volume production of megapixel-grade CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) chips that meet the SXGA (1280x1024) standard for high resolution.
2005-09-29 1.3MP imagers deliver higher resolution for camera phones
The newly launched suite of 1/4-inch optical format, 1.3MP imaging solutions from Cypress allows mobile device manufacturers to upgrade their products with improved image quality at a higher resolution while maintaining the same optical format and form factor.
2004-06-18 Alps releases two 1.3MP camera modules
Alps developed two compact, high-image-quality 1.3 megapixel camera modules - the FPDF0X and FPDF8X (with autofocus) series.
2003-01-06 ALi ships smallest USB 2.0 video camera controller
The company has announced the availability of the M5603 USB 2.0 video camera controller, which it touts as the smallest solution for USB 2.0 PC-camera apps.
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