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Toshiba Releases Highly Delicate 20MP BSI CMOS Image Sensor

Sector's maximum level excellent delivers improved image excellent to digital still cameras

Toshiba Organization (TOKYO:6502) today declared that it will release a new 20-megapixel (MP) CMOS image indicator, the TCM5115CL, as the newest inclusion to its indicator line-up for digital still cameras. TCM5115CL offers the industry's maximum excellent in the 1/2.3 inches visual structure, using behind lighting technology (BSI) to improve level of sensitivity and picture performance.
Sampling of the new indicator will begin at the end of Jan 2013 and huge development will follow in Aug 2013.

Continued developments in the excellent provided by lightweight digital cameras-now in the range of 10- to 16MP-have introduced with them the task of enhancing performance and picture with smaller sized p. The TCM5115CL does just this by accomplishing a 15% enhancement in full well capacity-the amount of charge an individual pixel can hold before saturating-against Toshiba's past creation 16MP indicator (pixel size = 1.34μm).

TCM5115CL is designed to meet the requirements of top excellent, fast shape rate image catch and HD videos assisting sleek, slowly movement play-back, and provides the great shape rates 60fps at 1080p and 100fps at 720p.

CMOS image receptors are the main product of Toshiba's Analogue and Imaging System company. The inclusion of the TCM5115CL to its CMOS indicator line-up for digital cameras will strengthen the company and support the company in obtaining its focus on of a 30% business in 2015.


Part Number: TCM5115CL
Optical Format: 1/2.3 inch
Resolution: 20 megapixels
Pixel Size: 1.2 micrometers
Frame Rate: 30fps @ 20M pixel, RAW10
60fps @ 1080P
100fps @ 720P
Source : Toshiba

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