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 Toshiba Launches 8-Megapixel, 1.12µm CMOS Image Sensor
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Message Text: Toshiba on Friday launched the T4K35, a 1.12µm, 8-megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor with color noise reduction (CNR) designed for cell phones, smartphones and tablets.

The product integrates a CNR circuit and realizes a signal-to-noise ratio equal to Toshiba’s equivalent products fabricated with 1.4µm pixel process.

The "T4K35" also incorporates a high dynamic range (HDR) function that faithfully reproduces dark and bright areas in high contrast images. A frame rate of 30fps at full resolution reduces delays in imaging, resulting in less release time lag, and allows continuous shooting.

The CMOS image sensor will enter mass production on November 15, Toshiba said.

Features
FSI/BSI BSI
Optical size 1/4 ″
Pixel pitch 1.12 µm
Resolution 8Mpixel
Number of pixels 3280(H) × 2464(V) pixels
Data formats RAW 8 bits
RAW 10 bits
Frame rate (full) 30 fps
Frame rate (1080p) 30 (crop) fps
Frame rate (720p) 60 fps
Frame rate (VGA) 120 fps
Power supply voltage (analog) 2.8 +/- 0.2 V
Power supply voltage (digital) 1.2 +0.1/-0.06 V
Power supply voltage (IO) 1.7 to 3.0 V
Type Die
SoC/CIS CIS
I/F (serial) CSI-2 4lanes
Control interface I2C
Progressive scan Progressive scan
PLL Built-in phase lock loop (dual PLL (2nd PLL for CSI-2 output))
Binning: Horizontal 1/2
Binning: Vertical 1/2
1/4
Image setting function Image sizer (programmable decimation for image down sizing)
Picture flip (horizontal and vertical)
Window of interest (windowing to any arbitrary size fixed center)
Function High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Color Noise Reduction (CNR)
Context switch
Lens shading correction
Defect pixel correction
Global reset for mechanical shutter
Strobe timing pulse
Power management Standby mode
Power down mode for low power consumption
One-time memory (OTP) (bit) 8K


 
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