CMOS Sensor from OmniVision Handles Simultaneous Video and Image Capture
OmniVision's latest CMOS sensor for mobile devices is capable of recording 1080p HD video while taking 10 megapixel image bursts at the same time. The OV10810p module is formated in a 16:9 aspet ratio and a full field of view during recording. It can capture 1080p HD video at 30 frames per second, or 720p HD video at 60 frames per second. OmniVision also notes that when set to lower resolutions, the OC10810p has improved low-light sensitivity. The sensor, which is intended for smartphones, is already sampling to manufacturers.
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Sony Reveals the Xperia Z5 In Small and Large Sizes with 4K Display
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Xperia XA1 Plus Is An Affordable Sony Slab
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Sony's Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact Let You Scan 3D Objects
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OmniVision's Latest Sensor Captures Standard and Infrared
OmniVision today announced a new imaging sensor that can be used for facial recognition as well as standard imaging. The OVT2744 is a 1.4-micron PureCel sensor that uses OmniVision's RGB-Ir technology to capture 1080p HD video at 60 frames per second, 720p video at 90 frames per second, or 2-megapixel still images.