China's first 5 million pixel CMOS image sensor launched

BYD Microelectronics, a wholly owned subsidiary of BYD Group, recently launched "BF3A50," the first Chinese-made 5 million pixel CMOS image sensor. The sensor is integrated with multiple automatic focusing algorithms and supports 1080p high-definition picture output at frame rates reaching 15 fra...

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