Panasonic organic sensor: “put it into practical use in a few years”

Application example of Panasonic OPF CMOS organic image sensor

Application examples for the Panasonic OPF CMOS organic image sensor

In a recent interview, Panasonic reps commented that they have a desire for their new organic CMOS sensor (see announcement) to be "put into practical use in a few years":

In Japan, NHK and Sony have reported on the technology, and overseas, Samsung Electronics and France's Isorg are working on development, and the organic CMOS image sensor is attracting attention as a next-generation image sensor. Among them, we are proud that our company is in a position close to practical application . Since we need customers, we cannot say when, but the development side has a desire to put it into practical use in a few years, and we are focusing on activities to that end. * From MONOist "What's amazing about Panasonic's organic CMOS image sensor?" (source: monoist  via dclife)

Previous coverage of the Panasonic organic sensors can be found here:

Panasonic unveiled a new 35MP organic CMOS Super35 sensor *UPDATED*

Another look into the Panasonic 8K organic sensor

Panasonic announced the development of the world’s first 8K organic sensor and 8K camera system


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