The latest development in the field of night vision cameras is a fact! The LUMIRON (luminated Regained Operated Night View) technology is from now available in HDX and HDX IP-MO version. This revolutionary technique was developed by the composition of the newest light-sensitive Sony STARVIS CMOS combined with LUMIRON techniek.De LUMIRON ISP is capable of other codecs (HDX-MO) through both the SoC (HDX IP) a generating unprecedented picture clarity at difficult conditions. LUMIRON and STARVIS hand in hand! Security cameras should create a perfect picture in all lighting conditions. In particular, the sensitivity in the infrared spectrum is very relevant in completely dark conditions and day / night function. STARVIS achieved a sensitivity of 2.000 mV or more per 1μm² pixel size and realize two or more times the sensitivity of the existing image sensors (Sony EXview HAD CCD II). STARVIS improves the image quality by the use of the so-called "back-illuminated stucture". This technique increases the sensitivity for residual light and increases the light sensitivity in the infrared spectrum. Often, security cameras used to generate images in dim light or in the dark so that the aperture (F) often fully open. If the lens aperture is fully open, the additional angle of light is increased. When use is made of a so-called "front-illuminated structure" then the additional light is blocked by the wiring layer between the on-chip lens at the front of the CMOS image sensor and the photo diode. This adverse effect of "front-illuminated structure" limited light sensitivity.