13-Mpixel Image Sensor Brings PDAF To Smartphones

13-Mpixel Image Sensor Brings PDAF To Smartphones
OmniVision Technologies Inc.

Exploiting 1.12-µm pixel technology, the OV13853 Megapixel image sensor brings DSLR quality images and features to standard smartphones. As per the company, it can achieve best-in-class high and low-light performance while delivering support for advanced features such as phase detection autofocus (PDAF). The 1/3.06-in. sensor supports an active array of 4224 x 3136 pixels (13.2-megapixels) operating at 30 fps with zero shutter lag. The sensor supports 4K2K ultra-high definition video at 30 fps with full-horizontal field of view and electronic image stabilization (EIS). Also, the OV13853 can record 1080p HD video at 60 FPS with EIS and fits into a compact 8.5 mm x 8.5 mm module with a z-height of less than 5 mm. The sensor is currently in volume production. For complete specs and features, saunter over to http://www.ovt.com/products/sensor.php?id=189  

OmniVision Technologies Inc.
Santa Clara, CA
408-567-3000
http://www.ovt.com

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