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  1. anonym
    15.06.2018
  2. Valery
    02.09.2018

    On the http://astrocn.org/thread-3189-1-1.html The photo shows the Nikon D5600 sensor module, which uses the IMX193AQJ sensor, not the IMX193AQK as indicated in the table. Interestingly, the Nikon D850 sensor has the same AQJ design.

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    • Annatoly
      24.11.2018

      The D5600 does not have an IMX-193-AQK sensor

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      • Arkady Shapoval
        24.11.2018

        If there are real proofs, I will change.

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  3. Paul
    03.09.2018

    I think Nikon orders matrices from Sony on his own project. Because otherwise I have no explanation why Sony had such bad cameras all this time. This is from the same series as in iPhones memory or processors manufactured by Samsung (the main competitor). Why it is expensive to establish your production, when it is easier to turn in a contract. Surely in these matrices there are chips protected by know-how, patents, etc.

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    • Annatoly
      24.11.2018

      As far as I read, the matrices are all developed by Nikon, but are simply produced at Sony's facilities under the control of Nikon's production (That is, Sony does not develop matrices for Nikon, but Nikon develops matrices for himself, but produces them on Sony's conveyors)

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      • Arkady Shapoval
        24.11.2018

        Not all, some are so, and some are simply bought.

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    • Rex
      12.01.2020

      Samsung is Apple's top supplier!

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    • Igor
      10.04.2020

      Probably in order to prevent the company from being taken over, as with Nikon's 1 ″ happened. 1 ″ compact dormouse are very popular and expensive, so dormouse has blocked Nikon's breath.

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  4. Annatoly
    24.11.2018

    Nikon D7200 seems to be like a sensor from Sony IMX-193-AQK

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      24.11.2018

      If there are real proofs, I will change.

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  5. Alexey
    01.03.2019

    Thanks for the work you've done. All information is very helpful.

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  6. Eugene
    24.05.2019

    Where does the information that the IMX marking directly means the development of Sony? Yes, Sony sensors also bear this mark, yes, Sony may use it to the fullest extent for development and production, but this cannot exclude the possibility that many sensors have this mark only because they are manufactured at the Sony factory.

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    • anonym
      24.05.2019

      No. Development includes patents and rights protection. Therefore, for example, a highway develops a process but another company does it and the chip marking is only for the highway.
      The d850 sensor was developed by order of Nikon, therefore there is a different marking and therefore there was a deficit of 1.5 years.
      On all Nikon cameras except unity, the d850 and df have the most common Sony and Toshiba sensors, with standard marking. Moreover, Sony sets bsi sensors for itself, and Nikon, as a rule, uses older ones without bsi.

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  7. Koba
    25.08.2019

    the sensors for the D3, D3s and D700 were manufactured by Matsushita (ie Panasonic) and they were and are excellent. Recently it became known that for the D850, in fact, the sensor itself is produced by the Japanese company Towrjazz, and Sony only assembles the sensor mechanism, but the board itself, that is, the sensor itself, is produced by Towrjazz. Towerjazz was also founded by Panasonic and has been producing BSI sensors since 2013. He also manufactures BSI sensors for Fujifilm. It turns out that for cameras that previously gave and are now giving top results in terms of sensor performance, the sensors themselves are essentially produced by Panasonic, and not by Sony, which only uses these sensors to assemble the mechanism itself ... Here some write incorrect information, in fact, I copy common in the internet stereotypes or errors of other observers ... But the correct information can also be found there, if you try ...

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      25.08.2019

      Thanks. Added information

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    • Rex
      12.01.2020

      the Nikon D850 uses a Sony IMX309AQJ sensor, not a TowerJazz model. Sony's pure design and production! Learn the materiel and read the source, and do not repeat what they write on the fence!

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    • Igor
      10.04.2020

      What is the mechanism of the sensor? What are you talking about?

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      • Alexey
        10.04.2020

        Well, not the engineer writes, forgive him) I think it's about packaging.

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  8. Rex
    12.01.2020

    TowerJazz is not a Japanese company, but an Israeli one. I say, read on the fence!

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  9. Alex
    06.06.2020

    About the sensor in D1 / D1h / D1x
    http://www.lonestardigital.com/techcorner.htm

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  10. Ivan
    06.06.2020
  11. Konstantin
    26.07.2020

    There is nothing wrong with dividing production, it helps to reduce the costs of business for manufacturers

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  12. Alexander
    04.01.2021

    Good afternoon!

    Some reviews report that Nikon D810 has a different sensor from D800, but on the website https://camspex.com it is the same.

    Maybe someone knows if there could be any differences in the sensor.

    Thank you

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    • Victor
      04.01.2021

      Do you suppose that the information about the sensor could affect the ability of this camera to get good shots?

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      04.01.2021

      Most likely another body kit

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  13. Andrei
    06.01.2021

    There are models of different cameras with the same matrix. As I understand it, depending on the rest of the filling and internal software, their JPEG can be very different.
    Attention, a question for connoisseurs: what about RAW from different cameras, but differs on one matrix?

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    • Ivan
      06.01.2021

      Yes, it is different. RAW is not a direct sensor signal. The primary processing of the received signal is still in progress. The main board contains the main processor and related elements, and there is also a separate board responsible for the image. Therefore, the same matrix on different cameras (and even brands) gives different pictures.

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  14. Anton
    21.03.2021

    Hi. And maybe in z6 \ z62 and z5, the same matrix with different MPs, and the backflush in the cases z6 and z62?

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  15. Igor
    11.07.2021

    Arkady, good afternoon. Thanks for the detailed table, very helpful.
    Let me correct the error found in it.
    Nikon d7200 uses Toshiba HEZ1 TOS-5105 sensor, similar to d7100.
    In the table, apparently, due to the lack of accurate information for that period, incorrect information is indicated
    Sony IMX-193-AQK (CMOS)

    Thank you for your work.

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  16. Dima
    19.07.2023

    D3200 and beyond Toshiba sensors. The same thing, starting from the d5200, is also Toshiba. But the d90 seems to be worth its own Nikonovsky.

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  17. Alexander
    02.08.2023

    stacked backside-illuminated CMOS sensor now on Z8

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