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In this paper, we present: (i) a novel analog silicon retina featuring auto-adaptive pixels that obey the Michaelis-Menten law, i.e. V = V m I n I n +σ n ; (ii) a method of characterizing silicon retinas, which makes it possible to accurately assess the pixels' response to transient luminous changes in a ±3-decade range, as well as changes in the initial steady-state intensity in a 7-decade range. The novel pixel, called M 2 APix, which stands for Michaelis-Menten Auto-Adaptive Pixel, candoi:10.1364/oe.23.005614 pmid:25836794 fatcat:jvv4urivgzb6pna4rwrtkwodii