EOSHD user Androidlad has leaked upcoming Sony’s new image sensor IMX671AQR. According to the leaked specs sheet, this sensor is an APS-C CMOS sensor, it has 43MP, can record 8K video at 12 bit, it also has stacked DRAM and up to 16 bit depth for stills images.
Sony Semiconductor has developed 5 new full frame CMOS sensors. Here are leaked specs sheet of these 5 new sensors: IMX311, IMX313, IMX409, IMX521, IMX554.
A new Sony full frame CMOS sensor has leaked online, this new sensor is IMX455AQR, featured with 60MP, 8K Video, native ISO at 64. This sensor is the down verison of IMX551. According to our source, this IMX455AQR sensor could be on market in early 2019, and Nikon D6/Z8 could use this sensor.
Tokyo, Japan—Sony Corporation today announced that it has developed the IMX418 CMOS image sensor for sensing applications. The new sensor is equipped with a global shutter function and comes with an interface capable of multiple sensor connection on a single Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) input port,*2 a world-first*1 made possible by Sony’s original data transmission technology. Because this interface enables data transmission that supports the MIPI standard, data can be received by existing application processors (AP). Sony expects this product to find application in a variety of products that use multiple image sensors. These include head mounted displays (HMD), drones, autonomous robots and other products that perform simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) and obstacle detection based on information obtained with image sensors.