Canon releases LI5030 sensor

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Canon’s 2.8 MP LI7060 CMOS sensor is equipped with an HDR drive function that achieves a wide 120 dB range at low noise levels. This wide range results in a greater ability to extract usable information even where there is a substantial difference between the lightest and darkest areas of an image. Even when using the sensor during normal drive operation, the sensor can achieve a dynamic range of 75 dB.

The LI5040 and 3U5MGXSBA global shutter image sensor employs an advanced pixel design introducing drive readout and gathering structures which help significantly reduce noise, and contributing to a wide dynamic range with a power consumption of 500mW. Equipped with a 3.4μm pixel size and all pixel progressive reading at 120fps, the 2/3” sensor size with 5.33 million effective pixels (2592 x 2056) easily allows for applications in machine vision and other industrial environments where smaller size and high performance are required. It is available in RGB, Monochrome, and a specialized RGB‐NIR color filter.

LI5030SA is a CMOS type of solid-state image sensor with a 35mm full frame effective pixel array of 19 Megapixels. It uses a global shutter function instead of a conventional rolling shutter. It enables simultaneous exposure timing for all 19 megapixels. It can output an effective 5688 x 3334 pixels of video at 57.99 fps and 12bit via 24 channels of digital signal output. LI5030SA series consists of LI5030SAC (color), LI5030SAI (RGBIR), LI5030SAM (monochrome), and LI5030SAN (Naked). LI5030SAN does not have a microlens or color filter.
The high sensitivity, resolution, and global shutter of this sensor along with multiple color filter variations makes the LI5030 a great choice for a wide array of applications such as microscopes, factory automation, traffic surveillance, drone vision, etc.

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