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  • OmniVision OV64C: OmniVision introduced a 64-megapixel sensor for smartphones


    Following the 48-megapixel sensor with advanced technical characteristics, OmniVision introduced a new sensor for mobile device cameras with a resolution of 64 MP. The key features of the new product are the 4K @60 fps video recording function and high light sensitivity, which allows you to get high-quality images when using the night mode.

    OmniVision OV64C

    OmniVision OV64C uses proprietary PureCell Plus technology to combine four adjacent pixels into one, significantly increasing the sensitivity of the matrix when shooting. In this case, the user can use the functions of two-time digital zoom and phase autofocus. The speed of photography will be up to 15 frames per second in a maximum resolution of 64 MP, and up to 30 frames per second in 16 MP mode.

    OmniVision OV64C

    4K video recording will be available at 60 fps and 30 fps when electronic image stabilization is enabled. Stated HDR synchronization with three levels of exposure when shooting video in 16-megapixel mode. According to the manufacturer, the first samples of the new items are already ready for testing, and the first smartphones with OV64C sensors will appear on the market this year.

    The list and exact date of the announcement of gadgets equipped with 64-megapixel OmniVision cameras will be announced later.


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