Mitsubishi Preps 4-Megapixel Camera Module
Oct 19, 2004, 10:20 AM by (staff)
Mitsubishi today announced the world's first CCD camera module for mobile phones with 4-megapixel resolution and auto-focus. The module uses SuperCCD technology, which improves low-light performance. The module can also record video at VGA resolution and up to 30 fps (frames per second). Samples will ship next month, with mass production starting in March 2005.
Oppo's 5x Dual Camera Zoom Makes Use of a Periscope
Oppo today announced a new camera module that hides a telephoto lens inside the phone chassis. The main camera makes use of a wide-angle lens.
LG Innotek Shows Off the G4's 16-Megapixel Camera
LG Innotek today announced a new camera sensor bound for the LG G4 smartphone. The module, which LG teased earlier this week, has a 16-megapixel sensor with an aperture of f/1.8.
Samsung Debuts 1.0μm Pixel Camera Module for Phones
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OmniVision Sensor Captures HD Video at 240 FPS
OmniVision today announced the OV13870, a camera sensor for mid-range and high-end smartphones that records full HD resolution video at 240 frames per second for the ultimate in slow motion playback. It can also capture 4K/2K video at 60 fps or 720p HD video at 300 fps.
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.
Samsung has this beat!
5 mega pixels baby!