MWC: Aptina Shows Off New CMOS Sensor For Full HD Video On Mobiles

Posted: Feb 15 2010, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:30pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Aptina has shown off a new CMOS sensor at MWC that allows full HD 1080p video at 60 fps for high-end mobile phones. The sensor has a resolution of 14MP and is called the MT9F011 mobile camera image sensor.

The sensor allows the mobile phone to record full 1080p video with high sensitivity and frame rates with a design structured for clean video in low light conditions. The features of the new sensor include a four-lane MIPI data interface that can be configured as a single or dual lane device as well.

The sensor uses Bayer resample for improved video. The optical format of the sensor is 1/2.3 and it has a 25-degree chief ray angle to minimize module height. Aptina expects to sample the MT9F011 now and mass production should start in Q2 2010.

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