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Sony Starvis IMX290LQR-C

Profondeur de bit: 10, 12
Package: LGA
Ratio image: 16 : 9
Résolution Verticale: 1097
Résolution [MP]: 2.13
Taille des pixels [µm]: 2.9
Taille des pixels [µm]: 2.9
Pins / Balls: 110
Résolution Horizontale: 1945
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The IMX290 is a STARVIS back-illuminated CMOS image sensors. The Starvis technology features a...plus
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The IMX290 is a STARVIS back-illuminated CMOS image sensors. The Starvis technology features a high sensitivity and realizes high picture quality in the visible-light and near infrared light regions. The sensor is also equipped with Sony’s Exmor R technology which provides an enhanced imaging performance especially a higher sensitivity and low noise. The IMX290LQR is a color CMOS sensor with a diagonal of 6.46mm (type 1/2.8) with a pixel size of 2.9μm square and 2.13MP effective resolution. The IMX290LQR has a paralell, Serial LVDS and a MIPI output and achieves a maximum frame rate of 30fps at full resolution. In addition this sensor is equipped with multiple exposure WDR and with DOL(digital Overlap)-WDR function.
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Profondeur de bit: 10, 12
Package: LGA
Ratio image: 16 : 9
Résolution Verticale: 1097
Résolution [MP]: 2.13
Taille des pixels [µm]: 2.9
Taille des pixels [µm]: 2.9
Pins / Balls: 110
Résolution Horizontale: 1945
Technologie Capteur: ExmorR
Format optique: 1/2.8 inch
Sensor type: CMOS
Cadence [i/s], Immagini al secondo [fps]: 120
Cadence [i/s], Immagini al secondo [fps]: 120
Fabricant: Sony
Interface : MULTI
Monochrome/Couleur: color
Type: Area Sensors
Type de Shutter: Rolling shutter
Autres spécifications: WDR, DOL (Digital Overlap)-WDR
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