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Toshiba lança sensor de imagem CMOS altamente sensível de 20MP BSI

A Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) anunciou hoje que vai lançar um novo sensor de imagem CMOS de 20 megapixels (MP), o TCM5115CL, como a mais recente adição à sua linha de sensores para câmeras fotográficas digitais. O TCM5115CL oferece a mais alta resolução da indústria em formato óptico de 1/2,3 polegadas, que usa tecnologia de iluminação de fundo (BSI) para melhorar a sensibilidade e o desempenho da imagem.

Toshiba 20MP CMOS Image Sensor (Photo: Business Wire)

Toshiba 20MP CMOS Image Sensor (Photo: Business Wire)

Amostras do novo sensor estarão disponíveis no final de janeiro de 2013 e produção em massa posteriormente, em agosto de 2013.

Avanços contínuos na resolução oferecida por câmeras compactas digitais—agora na faixa de 10 a 16MP — trouxeram o desafio de melhorar a qualidade de imagem e desempenho com pixels menores. O TCM5115CL faz exatamente isso ao alcançar uma melhoria de 15% na capacidade máxima total—a quantidade de carga que um pixel individual pode manter antes de saturar— ao contrario do sensor Toshiba da geração anterior de 16MP (tamanho do pixel = 1,34μm).

O TCM5115CL foi concebido para atender às demandas de alta qualidade, captura de imagem de alta taxa de quadros e gravação de vídeo em HD com suporte à suavidade, reprodução em câmara lenta e oferece altas taxas de quadros 60fps em 1080p e 100fps em 720p.

Os sensores de imagem CMOS são os principais produtos de negócio da Toshiba Analog and Imaging System. A adição do TCM5115CL à linha de sensores CMOS para câmeras digitais vai reforçar os negócios e apoiar a empresa em assegurar seu objetivo de obter uma fatia de mercado de 30% em 2015.

 

Características

Número da peça:   TCM5115CL
Formato óptico: 1/2,3 polegadas
Resolução: 20 megapixels
Tamanho do pixel: 1,2 micrômetros
Taxa de quadros: 30fps @ 20M pixel, RAW10
60fps @ 1080P
100fps @ 720P
 

Sobre a Toshiba

A Toshiba é um fabricante líder mundial diversificado, provedora de soluções e comerciante de avançados produtos eletrônicos e elétricos e de sistemas. O grupo Toshiba traz inovação e imaginação para uma ampla variedade de negócios: produtos digitais, que incluem TVs LCD, notebooks, soluções de varejo e impressoras multifuncionais; dispositivos eletrônicos, entre eles semicondutores, produtos e materiais de armazenamento; sistemas de infraestrutura industrial e social, inclusive sistemas de geração de energia, soluções de comunidades inteligentes, sistemas médicos, escadas rolantes e elevadores; e eletrodomésticos.

A Toshiba foi fundada em 1875 e hoje opera uma rede global de mais de 550 empresas consolidadas, com 202 mil funcionários em todo o mundo e vendas anuais que ultrapassam 6,1 trilhões de ienes (US$74 bilhões). Visite o site da Toshiba em: www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm

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