With its new sensors, Micron brings exceptional picture quality and ultra-fast burst modes to point-and-shoot digital cameras, features typically found only in high-end digital, single-lens-reflex (D-SLR) cameras. The new sensors enable high-definition (HD) video capture for point-and-shoot cameras, a feature that is typically found only in high-end camcorders.
Micron’s new 5-megapixel HD image sensor is designed specifically for hybrid cameras that offer HD video and still images. The sensor, which fits into a 1/2.5-inch optical format, is capable of capturing HD video at 60 frames per second (fps) in 720p (progressive) format. For burst-mode the sensor snaps 15 still photos in rapid sequence, enabling consumers to capture the exact moment they intended. The new sensor joins Micron’s 8-megapixel sensor that is now in mass production and its standard definition 5-megapixel sensor that is currently designed into cameras on the market.
Targeted at digital consumer camcorder applications, Micron introduced a new HD video sensor that captures 60 fps in 720p format and delivers low noise performance. The sensor works with long-range zoom lenses and was built using Micron’s 2.2-micron DigitalClarity pixel technology. With a 1/4.5-inch optical format, the sensor enables camera manufacturers to design compact high-definition camcorders using smaller and lower cost lenses. The sensor also has additional pixel area for image stabilization, which reduces the effect of shaky and blurred images typically caused by jittery hands or camera-shake.
Micron is sampling the new sensors now with mass production expected in the third quarter of 2007.movies hand-jobporn hentai moviesmovies masturbation malemovie layout scriptmovie love must dogsmovie parents ratingsmovies shitmovies shitting Map