The OV60A color image sensor offers 60MP resolution with a 0.61μm pixel that is 24% smaller in area than its 0.7μm predecessor. Based on OmniVision’s PureCel Plus-S stacked chip technology, the CMOS image sensor also achieves higher quantum efficiency with better crosstalk and angular response than the 0.7μm generation.
Aimed at smartphone front cameras, as well as ultra-wide rear cameras, the OV60A fits into a 1/2.8-inch. optical format in configurations with a 3:4 or 16:9 aspect ratio. Its four-cell color filter array uses near-pixel clustering to produce images up to 15 megapixels with high sensitivity. The image sensor delivers performance equivalent to 1.22μm in preview mode and native 4K video with additional pixels for electronic image stabilization (EIS).
OV60A output formats include 15 Mpixels or 4K2K with EIS resolution at 60 fps. Additionally, the sensor supports staggered HDR sync for enabling HDR video. A low-power mode for always-on detection preserves battery life when paired with a phone’s AI features. The sensor provides low power broadcast mode and ambient light sensing mode for wake-up operation. It supports dual I/O voltage rails at 1.8 and 1.2 V and provides a MIPI C-PHY interface.
Samples of the OV60A Color CMOS Image Sensor are available now and can be ordered using OmniVision’s online request form.
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