Sound Vision

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Sound Vision was a company which was pioneer of CMOS image sensor application in digital cameras. It was founded by Bob Caspe, the man who founded Leaf and managed the making the Leaf Digital Camera Back. The Sound Vision CMOS-Pro was one of the company's products in the late 1990s. It was capable to shoot color images of still objects by means of a rotating three-color filter - three shots gave one color exposure. It could use any C-mount lens.


  • Sound Vision CMOS-Pro - 1997
  • Sound Vision SV mini 2 - 1997 (UMAX MDX-8000, Vivitar ViviCam 3000)
  • Sound Vision SV mini 209 - 1998 (UMAX DC-F1, Vivitar ViviCam 3100)