The renowned Japanese technology giant Sony has become a global brand in camera sensor. The company, which breaks down the sensor market with the solutions it has developed and has gained huge financial revenues in this regard, has recently signed a revolutionary invention.
Sony, with its built-in sensors and power to the top levels of giants like Nikon and Fujifilm, wrote an important success story for the future. In this context, the company has developed the world’s first backlit CMOS 1.46-megapixel CMOS “global shutter” sensor. For the first time in this building, the company, which exited over 1 megapixel, has really taken a step further.
Many cameras nowadays contain CMOS sensors. These sensors generate images by scanning a frame-by-frame. While this structure is often not a problem, it can create some unwanted distortions when photographs or videos of moving objects are being shot (while being shot in the car or on the bus). Behind it is the ability to capture the same image. So when you press the record button, the image is recorded at high speed even if it is recorded.
Sony has created a new sensor to solve this problem. In the new sensor, each pixel has its own analog-to-digital converter. In this layered structure sensor, every light sensitive pixel is reading at the same time. On this count, the unwanted rolling shutter can be removed from the center. This removes the annoying strands we wrote above. In addition, this sensor does not have the problem of light fluctuation caused by LED and fluorescent light.
The global shutter sensor, powered by an electronic screen, offers high light performance with backlighting. You can also see the first sample photograph taken with this sensor above. In the photograph taken with only 0.56 ms exposure, there is no distortion due to the “global shutter” in the propeller blades. So how did you find the revolutionary camera sensor in the future?