8-megapixel resolution images, traditionally restricted to high-end digital SLR cameras, will soon be possible with small point-and-shoot cameras and cell phones, thanks to a new sensor developed by Micron. The CMOS chip will also eliminate lag between taking pictures.
Micron is expected to begin production of the sensor starting early next year, and the technology could make it into consumers’ hands by the end of 2007, the company said.
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