Sony Semiconductor Solutions announced the imminent release of IMX585, a 1/1.2 CMOS image sensor for CCTV cameras with a dynamic range approximately 8 times* that of conventional models. 1 per exposure.
The new product adopts Sony’s proprietary “STARVIS™ 2” technology, and uses the backlight pixel technology specially developed for CCTV cameras to provide high sensitivity and high dynamic range (HDR) 1 / 1.2 * 1 traditional 4K image sensor for single exposure . In addition, compared with conventional models, its sensitivity in the near-infrared range is increased by approximately 1.7 times
Regardless of the environment or time, the new sensor can provide high-quality images.Combined with the AI image processing in your camera system, this enables high-precision detection and thus contributes to a safer society. *1: Compared with the Sony IMX485 1 / 1.2 image sensor with 8.42 effective megapixels and 4K resolution.
It also increases the near-infrared sensitivity to 1.7 times that of the conventional model. Sony also plans to release IMX662, a 2K 1/3 image sensor using STARVIS 2, which provides 88dB of dynamic range per exposure. The samples should be ready for shipment this year. Combined with artificial intelligence, these products provide high-precision image recognition in cities or other environments with fast-moving objects and other demanding environments, regardless of the time of day.