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[Corephotonics in CNET] Oppo phones will soon have 5x lossless zoom

Your phone could soon stand in for a compact camera if Oppo’s new camera tech lives up to its hype. The Chinese manufacturer showed off a new dual-camera module at Mobile World Congress that features 5x lossless zoom. It and lets you zoom in further without having to worry about the smudging that usually occurs with digital zooms. Read more on CNET...

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[Corephotonics in Yahoo Finance] OmniVision and Corephotonics Announce Dual-Camera Zoom Reference Design for Smartphones

OmniVision Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, today announced its collaboration with dual-camera technology pioneer Corephotonics in producing a new dual-camera zoom reference design for mobile devices. Combining OmniVision’s OV12A10 and OV13880 image sensors with Corephotonics’ proprietary zoom and Bokeh algorithms, the reference design brings best-in-class optical zoom capabilities commonly found in DSCs and DSLRs to smartphone camera applications. The reference design will be available for demonstrations at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, from February 27 through March 2, 2017. Read more on Yahoo Finance...

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OurCrowd’s portfolio company Corephotonics featured in CNET

OurCrowd’s portfolio company Corephotonics was featured in CNET, an American media website that publishes reviews, news, prices, videos, forums, how to’s and more. Corephotonics developed the world’s first dual camera for mobile devices, transcending the limits of camera phones. Forget bigger, higher resolution screens or even faster processors, because the next game changer that will get you to upgrade will be new phones equipped with dual-camera technology from Corephotonics. Debuting two years ago, the Israeli startup is finally ready to get its tech onto upcoming phones, and you’re likely to see this technology in new phones as early as the third quarter of this year. The new dual-camera system promises optical zoom with no moving parts, while also allowing for better noise reduction that’s not available on current phone camera sensors. Corephotonics raised $1,397,389 from OurCrowd investors in January 2015. Read more on CNET...

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[Corephotonics in Geektime] Israeli startup Corephotonics raises $17.8 million to improve smartphone cameras

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. Read more on...

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