AL41410C

AL41410C
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Super-35 Optical Format, 4K at up to 72 fps in RGB

As the leader in High-Definition CMOS image sensor technology since 2004, AltaSens has supplied HD sensors for a variety of applications, including videoconference and telepresence, surveillance, broadcast and cinematography, medical, and industrial. AltaSens’ native Wide-Dynamic-Range HD sensor, with the latest breakthrough technology, is in demand by premium camera manufacturers in a variety of industries. The WDR solution delivers more than 100 dB of dynamic range for 1080p HD at up to 60 fps at full resolution. AltaSens offers the highest image quality and understands the value of close collaboration with partners and camera designers to rapidly bring innovative products to market.

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ALTASENS

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The AL41410C delivers crisp, high frame rate imaging through 4K and beyond. Its expansive programmability, including extremely fast frame rates at multiple optical formats, enables the next generation of broadcast through scientific, military, and consumer digital cameras.
The CMOS sensor is a premiumsolution for uncompromised cinema production, ultra-clearbroadcast video, emerging prosumer UHD camcorders, and the latest digital cameras supporting true 4K video at full resolution (in addition to high-quality still images). It is also available in the AltaSens AL-CM460 4K camera module.
The AltaSens AL41410C is a Super-35 size image sensor that delivers industrystandard 4K cinema frames in either 12-bit or 10-bit resolution at up to 72 frames per second (fps)using nomore than 1.7 W. A 5.2 μm pixel pitch gives the AL41410C its high sensitivity, as well as low noise and extensive compatibility with the sharpest available optics usually reserved for leading DSLR cameras.
The ability to read a 4096 x 2160 format at up to 72 fps makes AL41410C an extremely attractive sensor for producing 4K cinema in the latest UHD cameras. Operating the sensor at a 3840 x 2160 resolution up to 72 fps is ideal for Ultra HD or special effects support where clear slow motion playback is vital. Its native 4512 x 3008 resolution is available up to 50 fps.