Back in February OmniVision divulged a 64 MP 1/1.7″ sensor, which had 0.8 µm pixels. Presently the company has concocted a bigger 64MP arrangement – this one estimates 1/1.34″ and has 1.0µm pixels. This sensor can be utilized in wide and ultrawide cameas.
The bigger pixels on the new OmniVision OV64A are 60% more delicate to light contrasted with 0.8µm pixels, says the company, which makes the sensor unrivaled in low light. Normally, it has a 4-cell shading filter (otherwise known as Quad Bayer) for pixel binning.
While it can yield 8K video at 30fps, an all the more fascinating mode is 4K with 4-in-1 binning, coming about in very huge 2.0µm effective pixels. At the point when utilized for stills, this equivalent binning mode can yield 16MP images.
Also, it’s not simply binning, the sensor underpins 2-and 3-introduction staggered HDR, another approach to improve image quality in testing lighting. There is equipment on the chip that does 3-introduction, 4-cell HDR and tone planning. This is quicker than sending the information to the telephone’s chipset to play out the counts, which diminishes movement antiques.
Other than 8K, OV64A sensor is fit for 4K 120 fps video with electronic image adjustment and it likewise offers 1080p/240 and 720/480 modes.
Large scale manufacturing of the OV64A is required to start before the finish of this current year. OmniVision cites a conjecture by TSR, which says that 322 million image sensors with resolution of 50 MP or higher will be delivered inside smartphones in 2021 and the company needs a bit of that activity.