Thursday, April 14, 2011

OmniVision Launches 12.6-Megapixel Mobile Sensor with 1080p/60 HD Video and Electronic Image Stabilization

According to OmniVision press release, OmniVision today launched a 12.6-megapixel RAW CMOS image sensor for advanced mobile applications. The new OV12825 offers
  • 12.6-megapixel high-resolution still photography
  • 1080p high-definition (HD) video at 60 frames per second (FPS) with electronic image stabilization (EIS)
  • active array of 4224 x 3000 BSI pixels operating at 15 fps in full resolution
Additional benefits of OmniBSI technology include increased quantum efficiency, reduced crosstalk and low photo response non-uniformity, which all contribute towards significant improvement in image quality and camera performance. These features make it an attractive solution for high-end feature and smart phone manufacturers.


  • Ultra high performance
  • Programmable controls for frame rate, mirror and flip, cropping, and windowing
  • Image quality controls: lens correction and defective pixel canceling
  • Support for output formats: 10/12-bit RAW RGB data (DVP), 10/12-bit RAW RGB data (MIPI/LVDS), CCIR656
  • Support for horizontal and vertical subsampling
  • Support for images sizes: 12.6 Mpixel, EIS1080p, 1080p, EIS720p, 720p, VGA, etc.
  • Support for binning
  • Standard serial SCCB interface
  • Automatic image control functions: automatic exposure control (AEC), automatic gain control (AGC), automatic white balance (AWB), automatic band filter (ABF), automatic 50/60 Hz frequency detection, automatic black level calibration (ABLC)
  • Digital video port (DVP) parallel output interface
  • LVDS serial output interface
  • MIPI serial output interface
  • Embedded one-time programmable (OTP) memory for part identification, etc.
  • On-chip phase lock loop (PLL)
  • Programmable I/O drive capability
  • Built-in 1.5 V regulator for core

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