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Apr 25th, 2014
Sony presents 2nd generation 13MP stacked sensor for smartphones
Sony presents 13MP IMX214 sensor, already featuring in Oppo Find 7 and OnePlus One smartphones. It is the Industry's First1 13M-Pixel CMOS Image Sensor Enabling HDR Output at 30 Frame/s.
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The recent growth of smartphone users brought more opportunities to share video imaging and still imaging on the internet, and higher picture quality is required even for smartphone cameras. As the result, smartphone models have started to feature HDR (High Dynamic Range) function to capture the brilliant colors even when pictures are taken against bright light.

Now, Sony is releasing "IMX214", 13M-pixel stacked CMOS image sensor with the unique SME (Spatially Multiplexed Exposure) -HDR technology.

The image sensor is able to output 13M-pixel HDR at the maximum of 30 frame/s, and stabilized and high resolution HDR imaging can be generated for both video imaging and still imaging.


  • Diagonal 5.867 mm (Type 1/4) approx. 13.13M effective pixels
  • Stacked CMOS image sensor
  • Supports HDR video imaging (full 30 frame/s, 4K 30 frame/s, 1080p 60 frame/s)
  • Reduced height structure of back-illuminated structure sensor
  • Supports MIPI D-PHY ver.1.1 (Max. 1.2G bps/Lane)

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