The quality of picture and video of smartphones improving at a pace so rapid that only leaves us time to express our admiration. The fashions are there, come and go, come back with some changes over time. Now we like retro. Yes, my camera is retro, but speedy detection of faces, and having a long life. We like retro but with the comforts of modern technology , where we run into the issue of size.
So while we all like the retro, we also want cameras that fit in your pocket, and mobile devices to make ultra-thin photos without a single defect. So, the retro fever so come and technological advances, particularly the last one, very interesting for lovers of high-definition video .
The AR0833 sensor has been designed by Aptina Imaging and promises the moon and the stars in terms of video quality for smartphones. With a resolution of 8 megapixel chip measures 5.71mm and bases its strategy to capture video using a technique to locate the circuit below the image layer, increasing the area for gathering light.
The major difference with other sensors is in the processing and unloading , since the sensor can read the full 8 megapixel resolution at 30 frames per second, to be subsequently cut to 16:9, the ratio of HD video. With this you can get a final resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels . Mass production of the AR0833 will start in the second half of 2012.