Sony CCD SuperHAD II sensor

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This is another anonymous picture I received for the Sony CCD SuperHAD II sensor:

CCD FF SuperHAD II

and this is the cryptic text that came with it:

  • Series ICX (66X?) the blue band confirms it.
  • 20 connection pins
  • 43.3 Diagonal Width (36x24mm 3:2)
  • T 2.7?
  • is very like to ICX413 of 6MPx Sony CCD...
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  • WoutK89

    T2.7, thats used for video purposes right, kind of like the F-number for aperture on photography lenses

  • NikoDoby

    So a 34mp DSLR with HD video?

  • Anonymous

    T is used to signify the actual light transmission through the aperture, not the aperture size. T in this case is most probably used because that is what is most important when it comes to sensor design – the actual transmission of light through to the individual pixel sensor, rather than the size of the aperture.

  • Anonymous

    That picture is almost certainly not of a full-frame sensor, nor even a 1.5-ish crop sensor. The pins vs. the purported size are totally out of scale. The photo is almost certainly of a small point-and-shoot sensor.

  • T3

    Anonymous wrote:
    “That picture is almost certainly not of a full-frame sensor, nor even a 1.5-ish crop sensor. The pins vs. the purported size are totally out of scale. The photo is almost certainly of a small point-and-shoot sensor.”

    Have you seen a P&S CCD camera sensor?
    http://www.uocctv.com.tw/data/goods/12295994001wct20.jpg

  • Anonymous

    Yes, I have, thank you very much.

    The camera you linked to has roughly 800 by 500 pixels. Now count the number of pins, and note their size relative to the sensor. Try to compare either of those factors to a sensor that purportedly has 35 Megapixels; 87 times that number of pixels.

    The photo is not of a 35 MP sensor.

  • T3

    I don´t know if it is or not a 35mm sensor, but P&S is not, it is so bigger than P&S camera sensor.

  • Anonymous

    O.k., I withdraw my assertion that it’s a P&S sensor.

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