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An image sensor in a smartphone camera is a component that converts the light that passes through the lens of the camera into a digital image.
A sensor’s surface is covered in millions of photosites, also called pixels, which are in charge of catching light. The term “megapixels” refers to the total number of these light-capturing components.
A sensor is fundamentally comparable to a film frame. Before the invention of digital cameras, people used to snap pictures using rolls of celluloid film. This film had a specific chemical coating that, when exposed to light, created an image.
When digital photography became popular, the outdated film mechanism was replaced with an electrical component called an image sensor.
The sensor of a camera is exposed to light when the shutter is opened, and it stores that light in its photosites until the shutter is closed.
The Global mobile phone 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.
A leading provider of advanced CMOS image sensors, SmartSens, unveiled the SC550XS, a 50MP ultra-high resolution image sensor with 1.0 m pixels.
The new device uses SmartSens’ numerous patented innovations, including SmartClarity-2 technology, SFCPixel technology, and PixGain HDR technology, to allow superior image performance.
It also adopts the cutting-edge 22nm HKMG Stack process. Additionally, it has a MIPI C-PHY 3.0Gsps high-speed data transmission interface and AllPix ADAF technology, which enables 100% all pixel all direction auto focus coverage.
The device is made to meet the demands of a high-end smartphone’s main camera in terms of full-color, night vision photography, a high dynamic range, and minimal power consumption.
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