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Thursday, December 01, 2011
Sharp to Introduce Ultra-thin CMOS Camera Module with Optical Image Stabilization for Smartphones
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Sharp has developed a 12.1-Megapixel, 1/3.2-inch CMOS camera module with optical image stabilization that features the industry?s thinnest profile (5.47 mm in height).
The new RJ63YC100 is intended for use in mobile devices such as smartphones. Sharp plans to start shiping samples of the new module in December 2, 2011.
The new module's thin profile has been developed in response to the demand for portable mobile devices with ever more slender designs. The module also addresses the need for embedded cameras in these devices to deliver superior image quality and camera functionality, including connectivity to AV equipment and personal computers.
The optical image stabilizer in this camera module uses a lens-shift system to control the lens inside the module. Sharp's proprietary high-density packaging technology has made it possible to achieve the industry's thinnest profile in this type of camera module, which is expected to help reduce the thickness of mobile devices such as smartphones.
High-quality images can be captured in a wide variety of situations that are typically prone to blurring caused by camera shake, such as shooting under dim light conditions or shooting moving subjects. The module also supports full HD (1080p) video capture.
Imaging element: 12.1-Megapixel, 1/3.2-inch back-illuminated CMOS image sensor
Module dimensions (including flexible PCB): 11.0 (W) x 11.0 (L) x 5.47 (H) mm
Optical functions: Optical image stabilization; autofocus
Output format: RAW (4-lane MIPI serial output interface)
Lens F number: F 2.5; horizontal viewing angle: 61°
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