Micron To Preview Innovations At Photokina
Next week at Photokina, Micron Technology, Inc. will preview its latest imaging innovations for the digital photography market.
The company will unveil a new 5-megapixel high-definition (HD) image sensor for mainstream digital cameras. The new sensor is capable of capturing video at 60 frames per second in 720p (progressive) format and 30 fps in 1080p format. Micron will begin sampling this sensor in the fall of 2006.
Designed specifically for digital video camcorder applications, Micron will also introduce a new HD video sensor that captures 60 fps in 720p format. Designed to work with long-range zoom lenses, the sensor was built using Micron’s 2.2-micron pixel technology. Additionally, the sensor has additional pixel area for image stabilization, which reduces the effect of shaky and blurred images typically caused by jittery hands or camera-shake. This sensor is expected to begin sampling in the first quarter of 2007.
Source: Micron Technology, Inc.
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