Aptina’s new flagship: 1-Inch CMOS Sensor with 10MP
Quad-HD-Video with 60 fps and 66 dB dynamic range DR-Pix™ Technology
"Image quality and speed are the two features the market cannot compromise on. Tier-1 OEMs competing in this market are looking for increasingly versatile solutions to meet the demand for speed and performance, and this sensor provides both," said Sandor Barna, VP and GM of Aptina’s Consumer Camera business.
Integrating Aptina’s DR-Pix™ technology, the AR1011 delivers both high-pixel sensitivity for low-light imaging, and high-pixel capacity for bright outdoor scenes. The combination of this outstanding pixel performance and high-speed readout technologies enables fast, vivid broadcast quality video and high-end still image capture quality in a single sensor solution.
- High-end surveillance
- High resolution food inspection
- Video Aided Manufacturing
- Video Aided Machine Control (e.g. outdoor)
- Broadcast video
- Resolution: 10.8MP, 3984(H) x 2712(V)
- Optical format: 1-inch, 13.54(H) x 9.22(V)
- Pixel size: 3.4 μm × 3.4μm, with Aptina DR-Pix ™ technology
- Dynamic range: 66dB
- Frame rate: 60fps
- Shutter type: Electronic rolling shutter (ERS)
- Multiple operation modes including: Quad-HD 60fps, 1080p 60fps, 1080p 120fps, slow motion video up to 1200fps
- High speed differential serial video output (HiSPi™)
FRAMOS has been established as an innovative and sustainable partner in the area of industrial image processing for more than 30 years. Together with our comprehensive portfolio of imaging components including sensors, companion chips, cameras, optics, lightings and various accessories, we support our customers with a real variety of development services, ranging from short-term solutions for complex demands up to large scale marketable developments of complete systems. On this basis, we find or develop solutions for the key challenges in image processing, so that our customers can focus on increasing their competitive advantage.
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