Canon has been manufacturing CMOS sensors since 2000 for exclusive use in Canon products. Building on that expertise and success, Canon is now committed to starting external sales to collaborate with various industries. Canon CMOS sensors feature unique designs to meet the needs of demanding vision applications
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The LI8020 is an ultra-high resolution CMOS sensor at 250 megapixels in APS-H format (29.37mm x 18.90mm) with a 1.5µm pixel size, and all pixel progressive reading of 5fps.
The 120MXS is an ultra-high resolution CMOS sensor at 120 megapixels in APS-H format (29.22mm x 20.20mm) with a 2.2µm pixel size and all pixel progressive reading of 9.4fps.
The LI5010 / LI5020 global shutter CMOS sensor deploys an innovative new pixel design to achieve 120fps at only 500mW power consumption.
The 1/1.8" LI7050 features approximately 2.1 million effective pixels (1936 x 1096), pixel pitch of 4.1μm per side and a framerate of 60fps (30fps during HDR drive operation), the MIPI CSI-2 interface.
The LI7030SA is a size equivalent to 1 inch, and 3.2μm square pixel arrangement with 12MP. 4K3K video at 24fps (12bit), 4K2K video at 60fps (10bit) and HD720p video at 120fps (10bit) are possible.
LI7060SA is a CMOS type solid-state imaging sensor having a size equivalent to 1/2.3 inch, and 3.2 μm square pixels, 7.75mm Diagonal 2.8MP, 94pin LGA. Enable to realize a high dynamic range of 120 decibels (dB) via double exposure and an effective pixel count of 2.8 million pixels (1936 x 1456).
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