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MT9F002 CMOS image sensor

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Aptina has introduced the 14 megapixel MT9F002 CMOS image sensor, now available from Framos. The sensor integrates Aptina A-Pix pixel technology, resulting in an increase of nearly 25 per cent in low-light sensitivity (CCD-equivalent), and providing enhanced, high-quality still image capture over the Aptina's previous 14 megapixel image sensor.

The high-speed MT9F002 sensor combines an enhanced 1.4µm pixel with advanced features, such as electronic image stabilisation, and digital re-sampling. The sensor also has full HD (1,080p/60fps) video capability, and flexible, high-speed interface options, including four-lane HiSPi (high-speed serial pixel interface) and parallel or four-lane MIPI. With these features and capabilities, the MT9F002 solution enables a new generation of hybrid and digital still camera products and differentiated mainstream solutions.

Aptina's improved MT9F002 builds on the success of the company's MT9F001, a 14 megapixel CMOS sensor specifically for point-and-shoot and hybrid cameras.