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2.1-MP Sensor
Nov 2017
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MUNICH, Nov. 10, 2017 — 2.1-MP SensorThe STARVIS IMX327 sensor from Sony Semiconductors and announced by Framos GmbH is a 2.1-MP sensor with a ½.8-in. optical format.

With a 1920 × 1080-pixel array utilizing a 2.9-µm pixel size, the IMX327 reaches a frame rate of 60 fps at 12 bits. With its high sensitivity and low-light performance, the sensor is designed for security and surveillance applications as well as factory automation and industrial solutions. STARVIS technology brings a back-illuminated pixel to the CMOS sensor providing a sensitivity of 2376 mV, which is combined with an SNR1s of 0.18 lux, making this sensor perfect for tracking and monitoring under low-light conditions.

The sensor delivers high image quality in the VIS and NIR light spectrums. High sensitivity, low dark current noise and no smear provide excellent image reproduction and, when combined with improved RGB color mosaic filters, excellent color reproduction with little to no additional processing.


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