Sensor review, perhaps the main item?

Apertus is the project and Axiom is the camera. It is a 4K sensor recording 4096 x 3072 pixels, at 4:3. (4096/4=1024, 1024x3=3072 hence 4096x3072).

https://www.apertus.org/axiom_imagesensor

Image Sensor Tech Specs

Size Super 35 / APS-C
Image Area 22.8mm x 16.9mm (28.1mm diameter)
Resolution 12 Megapixels - 4K (4096 x 3072)
Aspect-Ratio 4:3
Color Filter Array Bayer Pattern
Shutter Global, Electronic
Technology CMOS
Pixel Size 5.5 x 5.5µm
Framerate Up to 175 (8bit), 150 (10bit), 75 (12bit) FPS at Full Resolution
Bitdepth 8Bit / 10Bit / 12Bit
Features FPN correction, X and Y mirroring, Binning, Vertical Window of Interest, HDR Modes
Dynamic Range up to 15 F-stops (pseudo logarithmic response curve) / 10 F-stops (linear response curve)

 

The sensor is built by CMOSIS, a Company based in Antwerp, Belgium who were happy to allow their sensor technology to be used in Open Source and be available to scrutiny/interest, very nice.

http://www.cmosis.com

Posted on July 3, 2014 .