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Image Sensor

Imagesensoris a device that converts optical images (light) into electric charge and processes it into electronic signals. CCD and CMOS are image sensors with different technologies for capturing images digitally; each has unique strengths and weaknesses giving advantages in different applications. Neither is categorically superior to the other, although vendors selling only one technology have usually claimed otherwise.

CCD: Charge Coupled Device this has been is known in the market as per given below.

CCD, HAD CCD, Super HAD CCD, Super HAD CCD II (760H or 960H), Ex-view HAD CCD, IT    CCD, Progressive Scan CCD etc.,

COMS: Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor this has been known in the market as per given below.

Proprietary sensor, DIS Sensor, QIS Sensor, HQIS & HDIS (Advanced Technology HD-SDI)

 

 

COMPARISON BETWEEN CCD VS CMOS

CCD Sensor CMOS Sensor
It Offer superior Image quality Image quality is standard as compare to CCD
Image sensor is an Analog Device Image sensor is a type of Active Pixel
It offer superior flexibility It offer superior Integration
It require more power to operate It requires less power to operate
R&D Cost is less but Higher cost in production CMOS R&D Cost is high but less cost in production

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