InVisage camera phone image sensor: Mobile snaps get usable

A new take on image sensors promises a dramatic improvement to camera phone image quality despite their limited size

InVisage hopes to give camera phones a kick up the image quality with its new sensor technology, dubbed QuantumFilm. The start-up promises its sensor will be four times more efficient at capturing light than traditional silicon-based chips. This means it can increase resolution or dramatically reduce noise in low-light. Could this be the start of a love affair with high-quality camera phones? Stephen Shankland has the full story at CNET News: InVisage aims to remake camera sensor market .

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