"Active Pixel Color Sampling" Story Goes On

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SonyAlpha Rumors publishes more details on the allegedly oncoming Sony IMX189AEG "Active Pixel Color Sampling" sensor. The new material explains how the technology works. The RGB colored microlens layer is not rigidly attached to the sensor surface but rather is able slide along it. Each pixel has one sensing PD and three storage one that store the color info as the microlens layer slides:

A lot of data still looks illogical, such as over 9V saturation level, while the supply voltage is only 4.2V:

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