Following up the Motorola and Kodak’s collaboration in January 2006. Kodak is bringing a 5MP CMOS camera sensor to Motorola handsets by the end of the year.
They have claimed that their CMOS sensors have been well advancing for many years.
And now they will have the ability to embed the sensor in the phone with all the richness
we have with our imaging software.
It will allow them to make the sensor a very useful part of the camera, which will automatically handle the light, color, etc.
Eastman Kodak also plans to release its own CMOS sensor in a new Kodak camera, and to abandon the low-end camera business due to slim profit margins.
Nokia is the world’s largest camera manufacturer, Kodak’s move in this direction will bring about some interesting product releases in late 2007 and 2008.
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