New 1080p IMX482 sony sensor

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looks like a quad-bayer (2x2 binned) version of the imx485. same size sensor, but 2mp vs 8mp and each pixel is a whopping 5.9um (vs 2.9)

a few offerings of the imx485 on aliexpress in industrial format, but no cctv-type ip cams (yet...)
 

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Is the IMX485 what is in the new hikvision DS-2CD2087G2-LU

this 2x2 binned version of it would probably be the best color night sensor (albeit 2mp).
 

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You guys are way over my head, but could this have anything to do with seeing 1/1.8" sensors in 2MP cams offerings from Dahua recently?
 

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oh? point me at one, please... yes, same concept, bigger pixels for better low-light imaging...
 

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Yep, I get that bigger pixels allows more light in and given the same size sensor, less pixels should let more light in vs squishing a bunch more tinier pixels into the same space.

They have some 2MP PTZ's 2MP now with the 1/1.8 and a number of new models in the 2MP 5 series. I'm desperately wanting to get one to test against the 4MP 5442 series

These two have my eye
IPC-HFW5242H-Z6E-MF
IPC-HFW5242T-ASE-MF

For all you turret fans, though I dont understand why the F1.8 Fstop..?
IPC-HDW5242T-ZE-MF
 

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odd, the specs on the 5242's don't even seem to meet the 4mp 5442 series. must be a different (cheaper?) 1/1.8" sensor, or somethign else isn't adding up...
 

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yeah, they may well be using the same 4MP chip, just dumbing down the output resolution to meet marketing 'needs' for a lower price point... i'd pay more for a 2MP with better specs, but might as well stick with 4MP on this one...
 
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