Monday, 2 December 2013

CMOSIS offers Upgraded CMV12000 with 300 fps at Full resolution

CMOSIS recently demonstrated that it has a CMOS sensor that achieves a resolution of 12 megapixels and can record 300 frames per second. The first samples are already available for manufacturers. CMOSIS brings the CMV12000 an image sensor with unprecedented performance features in the market.

The company recently showed a version with a capability of 300 pictures can be made per second at a resolution of 12 megapixels. Mass production is scheduled to begin in June 2014, while now only one sample copies to be delivered to the manufacturer.

The older version of the sensor reaches 150 frames per second. The sensor is attractive not only for film and television, but also for monitoring solutions and engineering manufacture, according to CMOSIS. The CMV12000 offers image color depths of 8, 10 and 12 bits. The high-speed mode of 300 frames with 4,096 x 3,072 pixels per second is supported with 10-bit.

The CMV is equipped with 12000 pixels with an edge dimension of 5.5 x 5.5 microns and held in the APS -C format. In addition to an RGB version and a monochrome version is available. Applications range from -30 to +70 degrees Celsius, which allows the usage in the industry.

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