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Thursday, February 20, 2014
Toshiba Launches 13 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor with High Speed Video Technology


Toshiba is launching the T4K82, a 13-megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor that allows smartphones and tablets to record full HD video at 240 equivalent frames per second (fps).

High speed video recording requires a high frame rate with short exposure time, resulting in underexposed images. The T4K82 incorporates the "Bright Mode" technology, which boosts imaged brightness up to four times, realizing full HD video capture at 240 fps equivalent. The new sensor allows smartphones and tablets to record high quality, high speed video, and to offer extended imaging functions including smooth slow motion playback and high speed continuous shooting.

The sensor also adopts a newly developed low power circuit design that reduces power consumption to 82% of Toshiba's that T4K37 CMOS, a 13-megapixel sensor currently in mass production.

"Bright Mode" technology secures double the exposure time by adopting interlaced video output, not the progressive output that standard CMOS sensors use. The technology also employs charge binning, which doubles the electrical charge of each pixel, resulting in an image four times brighter than that from a CMOS sensor without "Bright Mode". Toshiba will also provide an interlace-progressive conversion program that enables users to offer high quality progressive video with low image deterioration, without changing the frame rate.

Sample shipments of the new T4K82 are scheduled to start in March.


Output Frame Rate (Max.)

Sensor output mode
(Output pixels)

Normal mode
(Progressive output)

Bright mode
(Interlaced output)
(After progressive conversion processing)

13M (4208 x 3120) 30 fps
4K2K (3840 x 2160) 30 fps
Full-HD (1920 ×1080) 120fps 240fps
HD (1280 × 720) 120fps 240fps
WVGA (800 × 480) 240fps 480fps
VGA (640 × 480) 240fps 480fps
QVGA (320 × 240) 480fps 900fps

 

Main Specifications

Part Number T4K82
Output Pixels 13 megapixels
Optical Size 1/3.07 inch
Pixel Pitch 1.12 micrometer BSI
Recommended Module Size 8.5 mm x 8.5 mm
Sample Price 1,500 Yen
Mass Production Schedule September, 2014
Mass Production Volume 2 million pieces per month




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