High Speed CMOS Image Sensor is a high-performance image sensor designed for a wide range of applications. It has an electronic global shutter and High Dynamic Range (HDR) capabilities CMOS active pixel image sensor.
In order to maintain the CMOS process’s advantages in terms of size, cost, and integration, the sensor array makes use of active CMOS pixels with pinned photodiodes. The pixel response can be set to either have a linear light response or a piecewise linear response
The Global High-Speed image sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The first ultra-high resolution image sensor from Smart Sens, a leading supplier of advanced CMOS image sensors, was recently introduced. To enable excellent imaging performance, the new product uses Smart Sens’ numerous proprietary technologies, such as Smart Clarity technology, SFC Pixel technology, and Pix Gain HDR technology, as well as the advanced.
It also has a high-speed data transmission interface and can use All Pix ADAF technology to cover every pixel and direction. In terms of night vision, full-colour imaging, high dynamic range, and low power consumption, the product is made to meet the needs of the main camera of a flagship smartphone.
Premium imaging performance is made possible by cutting-edge technologies.
This has an ultra-high resolution and a small pixel size. The sensor, which is based on the cutting-edge 22nm HKMG Stack process, combines the one-of-a-kind SFCPixel technology of SmartSens with the High Gain in PixGain technology and the Smart QCell micro-lens design to further increase the light acquisition rate of a single pixel, resulting in superior sensitivity performance with the same specifications.
The sensor can produce images with a quality that is comparable to that of a movie when shooting at night thanks to these technologies, as well as a new colour process and reading circuit with low noise.
The SC550XS incorporates SmartSens’ cutting-edge Pix Gain HDR technology by combining dual images with High Gain (high conversion gain) and Low Gain (low conversion gain) under the same frame exposure, resulting in artefact-free motion capture and high-quality HDR imaging.
The camera is able to capture richer detail in the highlights and shadows of a scene by combining a number of high dynamic range technologies.
1. How many High-Speed Image Sensors are manufactured per annum globally? Who are the sub-component suppliers in different regions?
2. Cost breakup of a Global High-Speed Image Sensor and key vendor selection criteria
3. Where is the High-Speed Image Sensor manufactured? What is the average margin per unit?
4. Market share of Global High-Speed Image Sensor market manufacturers and their upcoming products
5. Cost advantage for OEMs who manufacture Global High-Speed Image Sensor in-house
6. 5 key predictions for next 5 years in Global High-Speed Image Sensor market
7. Average B-2-B High-Speed Image Sensor market price in all segments
8. Latest trends in High-Speed Image Sensor market, by every market segment
9. The market size (both volume and value) of the High-Speed Image Sensor market in 2022-2030 and every year in between?
10. Production breakup of High-Speed Image Sensor market, by suppliers and their OEM relationship
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