Who produces sensors (matrices) for Nikon cameras?

Image Sensor Matrix (Nikon D600)

Image Sensor (Sensor) Nikon D600 (photo via kenrockwell.com)

It's no secret that many sensors for Nikon cameras Designed and manufactured by Sony. Nikon simply buys ready-made sensor chips from Sony.

Nikon is also involved in creating sensors for its cameras, but mostly the company is only designing its own sensors, and it’s hard to say exactly where they are produced. Most likely, the companies themselves were engaged in the manufacture / refinement of the sensors. Renesas (presumably all sensors that start with 'NC'), Sony, Matsushita (actually the same Panasonic) and towerjazz.

Several cameras are made on production sensors Toshiba. After Sony has absorbed Toshiba, Toshiba is indicated, and Sony is shown in brackets.

It should also be mentioned that the development of the unusual JFET-LBCAST sensor for cameras Nikon D2HThe D2Hs is wholly owned by Nikon. Therefore, it is not necessary to unequivocally state that Nikon does nothing herself :).

The table below indicates who developed / manufactured the sensor.

Attention: the data in the label may not correspond to reality, since it is very difficult to find the version of the sensor that is used in a particular camera. I tried to make the most correct / true table, if I made a mistake somewhere, please write this in the comments and be sure to offer a confirmation link.

sensor Camera Models
Nikon NC81338L (CMOS) D3, D700 (the sensors themselves from Matsushita?)
Nikon NC81361A (CMOS) D3s (the sensor itself from Matsushita?)
Nikon NC81362A (CMOS) D3100
Nikon NC81369R (CMOS) D3200
Nikon NC81366W (CMOS) D4, D4s, Df
Sony IMX-007-AQ (CMOS) D2x, D2xs
Sony IMX-071 (CMOS) D7000, D5100
Sony IMX-094-AQP (CMOS) D800, D800E, D810, D810a
Sony IMX-021-BQR (CMOS) D300
Sony IMX-038-BQL (CMOS) D90, D5000, D300s (?)
Sony IMX-128- (L) -AQP (CMOS) D600, D610, D750
Sony IMX-028 (CMOS) D3x
Sony ICX-453-AQ (CCD) D40, D50, D70, D70s
Sony ICX-493-AQA (CCD) D40x, D60, D80, D3000
Sony ICX-483-AQA (CCD) D200
Sony ICX-413-AQ (CCD) D100
Sony IMX-193-AQK (CMOS) D7200 (?), D5300, D5500, D5600, D3300, D3400, D3500
Sony (model name unknown) (CCD) D1, D1h
Sony (model name unknown) (special 'rectangular' CCD) D1x
Toshiba HEZ1 TOS-5105 (CMOS) D5200, D7100
Toshiba (Sony) T4K54 (CMOS) D5, D6 (?)
Sony IMX-321 (CMOS) D500, D7500
Sony IMX-309-AQJ (backside illumination CMOS) D850 (towerjazz sensor itself?)
Sony IMX-309-BQJ (backside illumination CMOS) Nikon z7, Z7 II (similar to IMX-309-AQJ)
Sony Nikon z6, Z6 II, Z5 (similar to IMX-128)
Sony? (stacked backside-illuminated CMOS)
Nikon z9
Sony? (similar to IMX-321)
Nikon z50, Zfc

I want to note that the sensor itself is the basis for a high-quality image, but at the hardware level there are many more important parts, such as the ADC width, processor capabilities and much more, that form the final image.

My experience

Personally, I absolutely do not care what is in the camera, as long as it works well and performs the necessary tasks. I absolutely do not care who or where these or those sensors are made. The plate I made was created more for the sake of interest. Of course, I would like Nikon to make its own sensors, since this is the heart of a modern camera, and Nikon knows the point in quality things. And what will happen if Sony stops supplying / selling its sensors for Nikon?

I also want to note that Sony manufactures / sells its sensors not only for Nikon, but also manufactures cameras based on its sensors, and many Pentax cameras (and with it Samsung) also use Sony sensors.

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Comments: 188, on the topic: Who produces sensors (matrices) for Nikon cameras?

  • Denis

    One thing I can say for sure - in terms of noise characteristics and the peculiarities of the noise itself, the sensors in Sony cameras are the most disgusting I've ever seen. When I first started shooting, I bought Sony. Then he sold it and was extremely happy. I switched to Nikon - I can't get enough of it. Whatever Sony camera I look at, they are everywhere horror after ISO 400.

    • Maksim

      You tried Sony for a long time, I’m shooting on Nikon and Sony I don’t see much difference, although Sonya is still a little less noisy.

    • Alexey

      you see the result - sensor operation + binding
      therefore, cameras with an identical sensor but with different piping can show different results due to the difference in bit rate, non-mute noise reduction, etc.
      To conclude with respect to the sensor, it is necessary to test the sensors, which is possible only on laboratory equipment in the factory.

    • Ivan

      Compared NEX and d5100 - I wanted to throw out the second

    • Anatoly

      Here you are really right.
      I also shot on Sony A58 - but because of the extremely disgusting quality of the photo (in particular, because of the noise, even at ISO 200) I barely sold it and switched to Nikon.
      I also can’t get enough.

      And this is not even someone's personal opinion, but an obvious fact that Nikon versus Sonya is heaven and earth

      • Nicholas

        Yes, there is such a thing, I shot on the A65 ISO400 and on the Pentax K200D, I wanted to compare head to head, to admire the progress, the lighting was sufficient, a small room and a flash in the ceiling. But my disappointment knew no bounds, the K200D did not make noise like the A65, despite the fact that the A65 had the best crop sensor at that time, the one that was installed in the 5100, 7000, K-5 ... and a bunch of other excellent cameras.

      • dvc

        The “disgusting” quality of the A58 is 99,99999999999% due to the native lenses (dt 18-55 / 55-200, etc.).
        Ridiculously: with the adapter we put Helios 44-2 / ​​44M-4 or Industar 61-LZ MS, noises “at high” abruptly run away to really high values, more than 3200. Of course, not the second and third “Pyataki”, but still.
        We put the original Minolta lenses - and the picture is like from another camera and the noise also disappears somewhere closer to really high ISO.
        Sony honestly does everything to bury the A bayonet, and first of all with its “excellent” regular glasses.
        At first, I also sinned on the camera, replaced the lenses with normal ones - a completely different picture (literally and figuratively).
        58th is not at all fresh.
        Of the translucent ones, the freshest, it is the last (it seems) - A77-2. There are the same problems: put on a “whale-native” lens and you will want to throw the camera away, having previously smashed it against the wall. Put it on normal - and everything is wonderful.
        The A7 mirrorless cameras, which are now called "alpha", are certainly not alphas, but E-mount Nexes (the real alpha-7 is Minolta's last full-frame electrofilm DSLR). But the Nex A7 has a full-frame sensor and a complete electrical breakthrough in everything, including the outrageous ISO, which no one has dreamed of yet.

    • Artyom

      Have you shared your experience with us five years ago? Commendable! Take now any Alfa of the seventh series and compare again. New horizons await you :-)

      • Anatoly

        I was just talking about “any” Alpha (A58) - probably the freshest of Sonya ..
        the quality and noise are so disgusting that there is no reason to believe that any other Alpha has any other way with it (because the A58 is practically the freshest of the models - that is, the others are already known by definition to be even worse)

        • Dmitriy

          Sony SLT-A58 3rd quarter 2013 year of birth, and do not forget that it is an SLT, which in itself gives a loss of light output. The last of the SLT A77-II line came out a year later. And the latest from Sony is this year's Sony α7S II, full frame without a mirror. There really are "new horizons", like the entire Sony α7 * II line.

      • Denis

        I compared the Sony A7 II and Nikon D3200 in the store, the Sony was 35 f / 1,4 on the Nikon there was a kit 18-55, both devices in the manual and with the “enhancers” turned off, as a result, the Sony after ISO 400 has very noticeable noise, and Nikon begins to take after ISO 3200. The test was carried out in a shopping center in a Sony brand store.

        • anonym


        • Max

          You compare in RAW format, but not in Jpeg ...

          • anonym

            +1, dxomark shows Sony's complete superiority

    • Oleg

      In Sonya series alpha there is a translucent mirror that takes away like 30% of the light. This is a drawback, but there are also pluses of translucent mirrors.

    • Passer

      It's all about a translucent mirror.

  • Vladimir

    And Sonya bought Toshiba in the matrices. This is from the latest news, have not heard?
    And dormouse-kodak-aptin will remain ... Until dormouse buys them.

    • Nicholas

      Canon doesn’t make the matrix itself?

  • Andrei

    Arkady, I have a suspicion that the sprinkled Sony IMX-071 is just a piece from Sony IMX-094-AQP. Do you think this can be true?

  • Andrei

    Here is an interesting article about the Nikon JFET-LBCAST sensor, which were only on D2h, D2hs - http://yugcontract.ua/news/articles/7309.html
    I myself had this wonderful camera, for about a year I used it, I can say that in no camera RAW did not stretch as well as in it! (And I had D5000 / D90 / D200 / D7000), and I really liked the nature of the noise - almost film grain! I really wanted to somehow come to Kiev and give Arkady for a test, but alas, I didn’t have time, the other day I sold it.

  • anonym

    It would be nice to indicate which models use the same sensors ...

    • Arkady Shapoval

      After all, the label indicates the models that use the same sensor.

      • anonym

        I mean other manufacturers - sony, samsung on the same sensors

        • Nicholas

          If I’m not interested in giving proofs, I read it once and remembered that somewhere there was a foreign forum, there geeks shared the results of the preparations.
          Pentax K5 has a sensor like Nikon D7000 and 5100.
          The Pentax K200D is the same sensor as the Nikon D200, but the D200 has a slightly different modification, it increases the number of read lines by 2 times, compared to budget cameras.

          Manufacturers do not advertise this information, it’s hard to find.
          I'll try to find the article where I read what I wrote above, I will give a link in a separate commentary ... if I find it, of course.

  • Oleg

    Interesting information / table! It will be interesting to know which Canon SLR cameras use non-native sensors

    • Alexey

      it seems like Kenon uses only native sensors in the DSLRs.
      in compacts - Sony.

    • Vitaly

      There is already information about the question you are interested in http://www.vladimirmedvedev.com/dpi.html . True, at this time, the resource is for some reason unavailable, but I saved this information on my resource http://krok.farline.net/hangman/matrices.html (of course plagiarism, but this was done with the aim of preserving very useful information just in case). So come on in. look.

  • varezhkin

    Sony ICX-453-AQ is the best.

    • Sergey Dmitrievich

      Yes! I support!)))

    • anonym

      Sony IMX-094-AQP - Better! Filmed on both.

  • Alexey

    the information is not entirely and not completely correct.
    if the customer makes a sufficiently large order and / or pays extra for a separate labeling, then the chips will be marked as it is necessary for the customer.
    Nikon, for example, worked for a long time with Renesas (Renesas Electronics), which was subsequently bought by Sony.
    At the same time, the marking on the chips was Nikon, but sensors on the Renesas lines were produced.
    we go further. In the public domain there is all the information about the availability of Nikon's sensor production lines. so, they are not. and offhand, not for a very long time.

    therefore, we can say the following.
    if the chip is marked “nikon” - the chip could have been produced anywhere, but most likely it was developed / modified by nikon.

    in the presence of a standard marking such as "Toshiba", "Sony" is just a standard chip, completely developed by a third-party company and sold to everyone.
    Nikon has not been developing sensors for about 5 years, buying them ready.

    today sensors are made:
    - Sony (which controls / bought the production of sensors from: Renesas, Toshiba, Olympus, Panasonic)
    - Kenon
    - Aptina (they seem to be put only in Nikon 1)
    - Samsung

  • anonym

    Interesting information. Especially the tablet. Although many manufacturers use third-party contractors, this does not always indicate the level of quality of the final product. For example, there are not so many manufacturers of high-quality LCD displays and everyone buys from them, even the vaunted Apple, the same applies to processors. It is much more important who designed and assembled the final device how and where. And control over the whole process. Putting on the nine engine Honda and collecting it at AvtoVAZ you get a little more than a guano than completely.
    Ps How did this troll get Alex. Turns a resource into some sort of censor. They expressed the opinion that Kenon pays him
    Yes, no one will pay him for such nonsense. What a Kenon commercial, drop it. A person simply makes deliberately stupid stuffing in order to pour shit on a fan and have fun.

    • Alexey

      Anonymous continues to anonymize. ))))
      where in my post did you see a canon advertisement ??? ))))
      your fanaticism and desire to troll touches! )))
      the troll always turns to the individual instead of discussing the facts.
      your denseness in those matters ...
      how would you explain ... the customer does NOT oversee that process or any other process when ordering a sensor. no place. the production of sensors is completely different from the production of engines, and even more so the sensors have no assembly)))
      the customer can design anything, the manufacturer will release only what can be done within the framework of HIS line and the debugged TECH PROCESS)))).

      try instead of trying to troll and your hatred at the word "kenon" to study the subject of discussion)))

  • Sergei

    So yes, I have always been calm about systems, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. But Alexei deliberately forms a persistent aversion to Canon with his diarrhea rays. Thanks for the article)

    • Alexey

      another clone of Anonymous and stuffing))))
      where in my post did you see a canon advertisement ??? )))) CREDIT! )))))))))))
      I listed the FACTS and corrections to the table, in which there is no renaissas which for a long time made sensors for Nikon)))).

      • Arkady Shapoval

        What exactly is fixed in the table?

        • Alexey

          add information that before starting work with Sony Nikon, many matrices for Nikon were issued Renesas.
          and that the marking “Nikon” does not necessarily mean that the chip is made by Nikon himself.
          By the way, in Western forums they discussed that it is very likely that Nikon received exclusivity from Sony on a 36MP matrix for a year. and only this Sony got the right to use it in their cells and sell to the side.

  • Mihailku

    Nikon is constantly monitoring the rejection of sensors, out of 10 three or four do not pass.
    And in metal-ceramic packaging, the sensors are tested according to MIL-STD-810G. Information from the Ukrainian-Japanese engineer company.

    • Alexey

      Nikon receives sensors from Sony and Toshiba according to the contract.
      your source indicates 30-40% of the defective supplier (Sony) (3-4 out of 10).
      think for yourself what kind of production is where the secondary control eliminates 30-40% (!!!) of finished products)))))))))
      I think that this, in principle, does not correspond to reality. usually defective semiconductor products after debugging those processes less than 1%.

      • Oleg

        Maybe very strict requirements for dead pixels? And then actually 30-40% a lot. And the rejection goes to cameras with loyal conditions :)

        • Alexey

          there are no such requirements there and such an amount of marriage.
          it is not very clear what “rejection goes to cameras with loyal conditions :)”
          There is for example a FF sensor at 36MP. It can only be placed in the D810. )

          Pay attention to the nikon's breakouts in recent years.
          to a flurry of complaints, the scatter in quality of new lenses, which was not the case with older models.
          it is quite obvious that the output control has noticeably decreased (which made it possible to reduce the s / s) and the savings in R&D are no less obvious. hence the rejection of the development of their sensors, modification of old AF modules instead of new ones, etc.

          from the latest news - Nikon, in pursuit of Sony and Kenon, switches to mirrorless
          “Nikon has a lens patent designed for APS-C mirrorless camera
          I believe a new Nikon mirrorless camera with APS-C or full frame sensor will be announced next year. "

          at least crop SLR budget segment will be buried. Rip!

          • Oleg

            36 megapixel matrix for example in Sony A7R ...

            • Alexey

              Do you mean testing and separation according to the results that the manufacturer does, not a Nikon type collector? it is very likely. I agree with you.
              I think that it’s not difficult.

              • Oleg

                Yes. About it:)

  • Mister10

    Good evening everyone!
    I can only say that I myself know about CANON: he uses SONY matrices in the top compacts PowerShot 100-110-120 and G16 (12 Mp, 1 / 1.7 ″). This class of cameras is almost dead.
    And the so-called CX-size (inch) is already used in the G3X, G5X, G7X and G9X-old generation, which was in the SONY RX100 I, the latter (as in the RX 100mIV, RX10mII) they themselves need.
    Though I am a "kenonist", but by and large I don't care whose matrices are worth, just knowing the shortcomings of its matrices CANON can neutralize their shortcomings (again, not completely!). But DD is yes, you can't go anywhere! Nikon must be given its due - it can squeeze almost everything out of the matrix. And this growing monopoly of SONY in terms of matrix production is not encouraging: as always, the same will be stamped and passed off as new. Let's see.

    • Alexey

      Yes, apparently there will soon be a choice between Sony or Sony.
      Kenon also plans to transfer part of the DSLRs and UPC to Sony's matrices.

  • anonym

    Logically, we now need an article on who manufactures processors.

    • Alexey

      and locks. as you know, this is an OEM production ...

      • Anatoly

        I agree!

  • anonym

    As an end user, I don’t care what’s inside, if tomorrow there is a company that comes up with a camera in which there will be a Sony matrix and a universal hole for Nikon and Canon lenses, I will be glad to buy it

  • Denis

    To say that with the noise of a horse and sony, people go to this address

    Compare and see that on jpeg in sony the camera strapping makes very strong blurring and noise reduction, which is a nightmare. If you want to see the real picture, then find on the RAW network Sony and Nikon. Everything will become clear.

  • Denis

    And yet - Sony has made a 7S camera with 12 MP. Nikon stopped producing the excellent D700 camera long ago. Question - Sony offers to buy for 214900 rubles. 12MP camera? What for?

  • Denis

    And the last thing about Sony's company - the guys won't add up the price. Go to the official website and see the glass prices. Darkzums are priced at 100000 or more. For what?

  • Denis

    And stones can also be thrown towards Nikon with ease - we released a full-frame D600 camera with oil on the matrix. Well, the company has never dropped to such a low level before. there is only one reason - an insane desire for super profits, which can be obtained not at the expense of quality, but at the expense of quantity and a decrease in quality.

    • anonym

      Enough of you grumbling about this oil. It was a long time ago. Forget it. Nikon and Canon produce very high-quality cameras, another thing is that they (cameras) do not suit such a gourmet like you. Go down to Earth already. Cameras to him, damn, are not like that ! ..

  • Denis

    Dear anonymous author, I did not say that the cameras at Kenon and Nikon are not like that. I said that the company admitted a sharp decline in quality. Yes, they fixed it. No one denies this. But in general, there is a tendency to reduce quality, increase models and increase super-profits of the company. Do you want to argue with that?
    In addition, the same Nikon has not yet introduced a normal analogue of the D300. D7000 / 7100/7200 are beautiful toys for fans. Very good cameras, but they are 100% replacement. They cannot be called crop reporting flagships, as the D300 once was.

    • anonym

      What are these unfounded statements about the tendency of deterioration in quality? What is this deterioration and how did you, specifically you, suffer from it? ... I just freak out from my camera and am amazed by this clucking about systems, which, I hope involuntarily, provokes Arkady again and again.

    • Alexey

      Denis, that's right.
      Nikon now has a number of problems with the D810, D750, and a number of lenses including the latest 300mm. under the review of nikon 1 with his 10-30.
      before that there were problems with the D800 and D600.
      from the latter - people are waiting for 3 months to repair the same D7100 and others - there are no spare parts, Nikon does not support the warehouse. this is now being discussed in detail on the preview, nikon roomors, etc.

  • Neofot

    On my fotik Toshiba matrix !!! This is not for you Sonya zakuhanie !!!
    But seriously, it is interesting only to techies. Car lovers are divided into those who know the device and know how to drive. But these are different things.
    Thanks to Arkady for the hard work. Such articles in any way reflect the level of the resource, and this is already worth something!

  • Peter Sh.

    But Nikon's lenses are prettier. And the cameras too.
    Kenon has a solid “fairy”. If they hadn't painted their telesums white, no one would have bought it.

    • Dmitry K

      but on the contrary, the white color enrages me - not in the subject of everything black and very noticeable

      • Alexey

        I think that white is a must. to avoid excessive heating in expensive elks with fluorite element.
        Nikon is just starting to work with fluorite because he does not have such a need. )

        • Dmitry K

          nope, not a necessity. In 70-200 f4 and 30-300 L there is no fluorite and they are white, in the old 70-200 2.8 there is no fluorite, only in the new ones, and they are all white. As Peter Sh said, "sheer foolishness"

          • Alexey

            "B 70-200 f4"
            there is:
            Canon EF 70-200mm f / 4L IS USM Lens - This lens combines 1 artificial fluorite element with 2 UD (Ultra-low Dispersion) elements

            "30-300 L"
            Canon CN-E 30-300mm T2.95-3.7 LS EF Mount Cinema Zoom Lens
            it is black, the price is 45 000 dollars)))

            in any case, white color sharply reduces the heating of the lens, especially in hot countries where it is sunny.

            • Dmitry K

              ugh, at 70, I don't know about cine lenses. And in 300-70 which is without a stub. In short, no-white systems are not a guarantee of fluorite, but a guarantee of attracting attention - oh, elka!

              • Alexey

                white - a sharp decrease in the heating of the lens from the sun in hot countries.
                very logical and thought out.

                perhaps it will be incomprehensible to people from the middle lane)))

      • Peter Sh.

        I agree - one foolishness.
        But seriously, these ugly white lenses became for Kenon a ticket to the future.
        By the way, I really chose Nikon ten years ago because he looked a little cooler. Of course, besides the fact that he painted autumn foliage gorgeously, and beautiful women looking at themselves said "Ah!" But with Kenon they did not talk like that. It is clear that the present is not what it was just now, but the habit is second nature.

        • Alexey

          a ticket to the future of kenon is to correctly calculate the development of technologies and the market.
          Kenon first made FF (Nikon caught up), changed the bayonet (Nikon patented but did not dare to replace), the first switched to CMOS (Nikon caught up), abandoned the shock diaphragm, the first started using fluorite, VD element, the first introduced two adjustment points for zooms in the carcass, the first introduced the video in FF, etc.
          for today the best AF is kenon, now a new matrix of 100MP and 250MP and so on is in operation.
          serial matrix 50MP - also Kenon)

          • NE


            Toyota DAO includes such a principle that not everything new must be applied immediately. This applies to both technology and techniques. You cannot install the latest system until it has established itself as super-reliable and reliable. Indeed, for their “just-in-time” system and continuous production, even a slight stop or malfunction can affect the whole process.

            But at the same time, they are very open to everything new. They sponsor interesting projects, new technologies, but they take them into work only if they have proven themselves precisely from the side of stability guarantees ... ”

        • Arkady Shapoval

          Nikon also has a lot of white \ gray \ silver lenses

          • anonym

            My eyes, why this photoshop

          • Peter Sh.

            What a horror

            • Kirill

              There is nothing more beautiful than rare white Nikkorov!

  • Lera

    Hello everyone! I decided to insert my 5 kopecks. Once I read on the Internet that Nikon manufactures equipment for the production of matrices and sells it to Sonya, and then buys these matrices. Probably this is more profitable. On my 3100 it costs from Nikon as they say experimental. Yes, quite a good sensor. I competed with my classmates from kenon, and so kenon is no good. Even kenonists expressed what colors and dd Nikon has. In short, each sandpiper praises its swamp ...

    • Alexey

      Nikon really sells equipment, a little and not every year. Do not Sonya.
      Sonya has the most modern equipment and the most advanced manufacturing process.
      no experimental matrices. this is a large-scale production)))

      Kenon really lags behind Sonya in those processes.
      but his politics is the best enemy of the good.
      due to the identity of the matrices over the past 5-7 years, users have not the slightest problem when working with color, profiles, etc. when changing a carcass - which is extremely important for corporate users.

      Apparently, Kenon will not update the line, but simply switch to Sony matrices.
      in parallel, using their latest 250MP matrixes that no longer use Bayer, but closer to sigma.

  • Alexey

    Nikon continues to have a fever.
    from rampant complaints about the quality of service recognized as the worst in America among all brands, to the elementary lack of spare parts - they save on warehouse support
    Nikon repair parts shortage
    Just when you think it will not get any worse for Nikon, it does. I received multiple reports from readers on Nikon having a shortage on many repair parts. There are also plenty of similar discussions on dpreview, other forums and social media

  • Basil

    Canon switches to sleepyheads ... Here's your grandmother and St. George's Day!

    • Alexey

      quite logical.
      on Samsung TV you will find matrices from LV, and a couple of Taiwanese companies besides Samsung itself

      for today, kenon sensors are quite in line with the requirements. what's next?
      Kenon's logic is clear - the transition to a new process costs tens of millions $$$
      justified only with the mass production of sensors.
      those. or you need to sell your new sensors to the side, or get losses or switch to Sonevsky. and focus on what Sony can’t do, the latest sensor technology at 100MP and 250MP.

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