When you talk of image sensor manufacturers, Omnivision is a name that would pop up alongside Samsung and Sony. The company has just launched the Omnivision OV64A, an expected update in 64MP modules.
Omnivision plans to get its bit of that pie with the OV64A, another CMOS sensor with 1 micron pixels. This is coming not too long after the OV64B which is the world’s first sensor with 0.7 micron was unveiled. Its creator affirms that this will enhance capacities, for example, low-light shooting in the more up to date sensor contrasted with past 64MP offerings.
The new module is made with Omnivision’s most recent PureCelPlus-S stacked kick the bucket innovation, and furthermore has an on-chip, 4-cell (4C) shading channel cluster.
This may make for understood, constant 64MP Bayer yield and 8K video. These new specs likewise take into account 4C half-shield stage recognition, appraised for quick self-adjust (AF).
The OV64A has a 1/1.34-inch optical arrangement, though the OV64B is 1/2-inch and existing models, for example, the Sony IMX686 and Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 are 1/1.72-inch.
The new Omnivision part is additionally appraised for pixel-binning for 16MP pictures with 4C binning at 60 fps; 8K video at 30 fps; 4K/2K video at 120 fps; 1080p at 240 fps and 720p at 480 fps.