The TRUESENSE Sparse Colour Filter Pattern (Sparse CFA) is a four-channel alternative for obtaining full-colour images from a single image sensor. By adding panchromatic (or “clear”) pixels to the standard red, green, and blue pixels traditionally used for colour capture, image sensors can realise a significant increase in light sensitivity;
- between two and four times compared to standard designs – while retaining overall image quality and colour fidelity
Image sensors using this design allow end users to capture better pictures and video under low-light conditions, as well as utilise faster shutter speeds to reduce motion blur when imaging moving objects.
The Imperx Bobcat series utilise these sensors and come in all interface options and a range of sensor sizes.