InvenSense unveils world’s smallest dual-axis gyroscopes for optical image stabilization, promises better camera performance in smartphones

InvenSense unveils world's smallest dual-axis gyroscopes for optical image stabilization, promises better camera performance in smartphones

InvenSense, which is the leading provider of MotionTracking devices, announced the IDG-2030 and IXZ-2030 dual-axis Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) gyroscopes. These components are made to eliminate the effects of hand jitter to achieve blur free images and jitter free HD video, especially in low light conditions. At 2.3×2.3×0.65mm, the IDG-2030 is the world’s smallest dual-axis…

Samsung working on a 13-megapixel sensor for mobile devices

Samsung working on a 13-megapixel sensor for mobile devices

Samsung is working on a 13-megapixel camera sensor for mobile devices. Identified as S5K3L2, the sensor will support a maximum resolution of 4208×3120 pixels and back-side illumination for improved photo taking under low light pictures. The Korean company already has a 12-megapixel sensor (marked as S5K3L1), which is now under mass production. In case you…

Sony to sell its Exmor RS camera sensors to other companies

Sony to sell its Exmor RS camera sensors to other companies

Sony’s Exmor RS camera sensors may soon find its place in other smartphones, including those made by rival handset makers. The Japanese company has apparently completed work on the new CMOS image sensor series which will be available in three different variants: an 8-megapixel camera sensor, 8-megapixel module with camera signal processing tech, and a…

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