Smallest image sensor in the world.

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this is the smallest image sensor.

This image sensor created by OmniVision can also be purchased for medical, espionage, operation and other important tasks. The sensor, which is visible at the fingertips, is the world’s smallest image sensor that you can call the world’s smallest camera.

It is available on a commercial basis developed by OmniVision Company. The world’s smallest image sensor is named OV-6948. The Guinness Book of World Records has described the world as the smallest image sensor available on a commercial basis. Now the company has also made a full camera on it.

It is 0.575 mm in length, 0.575 mm in width and 0.232 mm in thickness. When it was placed in a camera module, it was 0.65 mm in length and the same length when it was tested for endoscopy, it sent color pictures inside the body. The sensor’s chip shows a 120 degree field of view and the focus range is from 3mm to 30mm.

In video mode it can create 120 frames video per second. This important invention can be used to treat heart, waist, forbidden brain and other diseases. Even at such a small size, dentist can benefit from it, while its use in industries is infinite. Arun Cheng, an engineer with OmniVision, said that pictures the body’s finer and smaller locations will open up new ways of healing. This is why this camera can be used successfully in medical and surgery.

  • Is this the world’s smallest image sensor?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Can it be also used for espionage in addition to medical and surgery?

    • Yes
    • No

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