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Tuesday, June 27, 2017
New Sony 20MP CMOS Image Sensor Released

Sony has announced a new 1-inch type sensor with an effective pixel count of 20.48MP.

The "IMX183CLK-J/CQJ-J" CMOS image sensors has an all-pixel global reset function, which reduces rolling shutter effect when panning.

The image sensor uses a high sensitivity back-illuminated structure with a 2.4 µm square unit pixel. Sony has developed both color (IMX183CQJ-J) and monochrome (IMX183CLK-J) verions of the product.

The chip can also record 4K 2160p video at up to 60 frames per second and output 12-bit full-resolution images at readout speeds approaching 22 frames per second.

The new sensor is expectd to be part of Sony's RX100 line of high-end compact cameras and RX10 superzoom models.

Device Structure
Output image size Diagonal 15.86 mm (Type 1) aspect ratio 3:2
Number of effective pixels 5544 (H) x 3694 (V) approx. 20.48M pixels
Unit cell size 2.4 µm (H) x 2.4 µm (V)
Optical blacks Horizontal Front: 48 pixels, rear: 0 pixels
Vertical Front: 16 pixels, rear: 0 pixels
Input drive frequency 72 MHz
Output Interface Sub-LVDS (576 Mbps / ch, Max.10 ch)
Package 118-pin LGA
Supply voltage VDD (Typ.) 2.9 V / 1.8 V / 1.2 V
Image Sensor Characteristics
Item Value Remarks
Sensitivity (monochrome) Typ.
388 mV 1/30s accumulation
G Sensitivity (color) Typ.
461 mV 1/30s accumulation
Saturation signal Min. 942 mV Tj = 60 C
Basic Drive Mode
Drive mode Recommended number of recording pixels Frame rate
All-pixel scan (12 bit) 5472 (H) x 3648 (V) 21.98 12
All-pixel scan (10 bit) 5472 (H) x 3648 (V) 24.98 10
Type 1/1.4 approx.9.03M-Pixel
(approx. 17:9) (10 bit)
4096 (H) x 2160 (V) 59.94 10
Vertical Arbitrary Cropping (10 bit) 5472 (H) x 1802 (V) to
5472 (H) x 3648 (V)
24.98 over 10

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