Corephotonics, an Israeli company that created a unique and compact camera in smartphones to improve the quality of digital photography, announced today that they raised $17.8 million (article in Hebrew) in their second funding round since launching in 2012. Amiti Ventures, together with existing investors Magma Ventures, Horizons Ventures, and BetaAngels Partners led the funding round. New investors, including Sandisk, two device manufacturers and a Chinese mobile content provider, also joined the funding round. This brings their total funding to date to $28.3 million.
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