Micron presents two CMOS sensors with VGA resolution
Today, at 3GSM World Congress in Cannes, France, Micron Technology announced sample shipments of new low-power MI-0343 CMOS sensors supporting VGA resolution along with MI-SOC-0343 chips with integrated CMOS VGA matrices.
1/4" MI-0343 CMOS sensors and MI-SOC-0343 integrated chips supports 640x480 (VGA) resolution, and feature 5.6Ám pixel pitch, 3.584x2.668mm image size and require 40mW (MI-0343) or up to 85mW (integrated ones) at 15fps recording. Designed for new mobile handsets, both can be programmed for QVGA, QQVGA, CIF and QCIF operation with progressive scanning and up to 30fps frame rate. The integrated chip combining a CMOS sensor and an Image Flow Processor (IFP) can be programmed fot 8-bit CCIR 656 (YCrCb) or 565-RGB output and allows to adjust chroma level, contrast, color correction, clearness, automatic scan swap (50/60Hz), etc.
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