Toshiba launches 8 megapixel 1.12µm CMOS image sensor for mobile devices

Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) has expanded its family of CMOS area image sensors by offering a 1.12µm, 8 Megapixel (MP) device in an unpackaged, die format. The T4K05 integrates a number of features that support the miniaturization of camera modules, allowing designers to reduce the size and height of mobile devices.

Designed for use in cellular phones, smartphones and tablets, the new back-illuminated T4K05 features one of the industry’s smallest pixel sizes. A High Dynamic Range (HDR) function enhances image quality, even under conditions with high levels of light and dark contrast.

The new sensor is equipped with a voice coil motor (VCM) driver, which provides automatic focus control, and minimizes the need for external lens control, supporting smaller and thinner camera modules.

The T4K05 is supplied in a ¼-inch optical format and offers a 4:3 aspect ratio. Pixel count is 3,280 (V) x 2,464 (H) and frame rate for full-size images is 30fps.

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