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OmniVision OV64C 64MP sensor with 8K video support announced

OmniVision has announced today the OV64C, its first 64MP high-resolution camera sensor for mobile phones.
OmniVision OV64C 64MP sensor with 8K video support announced
OmniVision OV64C

OmniVision OV64C highlights

The OV64C is built on OmniVision's PureCel Plus stacked die technology featuring a 0.8μm pixel size and a 1/1.7-inch optical format. It is designed to provide "leading-edge" still image capture and "exceptional" 4K video performance with EIS electronic stabilization for high-end smartphones.

The OV64C also uses a 4-cell remosaic for high-resolution Bayer output, digital crop zoom, and CPH interface for greater throughput using fewer pins to make more ideal for the main rear-facing camera in multicamera configurations.

The OV64C also integrates an on-chip 4-cell color filter array and hardware remosaic to provide real-time6 4MP bayer output. In low light, it can use a near-pixel binning 16MP image with 4x the sensitivity or 1.6μm equivalent.

At 16MP, it has 2x digital crop zoom as well. The sensor also features a type-2 2x2 microlens phase detection autofocus (ML-PDAF) that boosts autofocus accuracy in low light.

The output formats of this sensor for videos include 64MP at 15fps, 8K video at 30fps, 16MP with 4-cell binning at 30fps, 4K video at 60fps, 4K video with EIS at 30fps, and 3-exposure staggered HDR timing for up to 16MP video modes.

OmniVision says that the sensor is now available for testing. There's no word yet when will it come out on phones.

Sources: Omnivision, XDA
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