Canon announces new high-res and low-light CMOS image sensors

120MXSI (left) and 35MMFHDXSMA (right) image sensors
120MXSI (left) and 35MMFHDXSMA (right) image sensors

Canon is expanding its line of image sensors with the 120MXSI and 35MMFHDXSMA models. The 120MXSI is a 120 MPixel rolling shutter CMOS image sensor with 2.2 µm pixel size equipped with a specialized RBG-NIR color filter array, that can simultaneously and discretely capture images in both the visible and near-infrared spectrums, with a maximum frame rate of 9.4 fps.

The 35MMFHDXSMA is a 2.76 MPixel rolling shutter CMOS image sensor with 19 µm pixel size that, according to the manufacturer, can capture monochrome images in extreme low-light conditions. The sensor has a full area scan frame rate of 98 fps.

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Contact: Canon
Headquarters: Melville, NY, USA
Product: 120MXSI and 35MMFHDXSMA image sensors
Key Features: 120 MPixel, 9.4fps, simultaneous visible/NIR / 2.76 MPixel, 98 fps, built for low-light imaging.

What Canon says: View more information on the 120MXSI and 35MMFHDXSMA image sensors.

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