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Image SensorThe IMX294 image sensor from Sony has been announced by Framos GmbH and is designed to meet the needs of the security segment.

The 4/3-in. flagship model is optimized to be used in security cameras and industrial applications. The back-illuminated CMOS Starvis sensor achieves a 4K resolution with 10.7 MP at a high frame rate of 120 fps. IMX294 has an excellent SNR1s value and enables HDR shots with minimal movement artifacts thanks to the Quad Bayer pixel structure.

The image sensor adopts the standardized 4/3-in. optical format and offers various combinations of output formats. Depending on the application’s requirements, it is possible to select a color depth of 10, 12 or 14 bits. The extraordinary low-illumination performance of 0.14 lx for SNR1s is achieved by the large 4.63-µm pixel size, making the IMX294 ideal for applications with low incident light, eliminating the need of additional illumination.

Spring 2018

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