In this paper, we describe the fundamental study of the block-parallel analog signal processing elements which includes CMOS image sensor, correlated double sampling (CDS) array, and analog-to-digital converter (ADC) array. To realize high-speed image capturing sensor, we have proposed a blockparallel signal processing with three-dimensional (3-D) structure. In proposed system, one block consists of 3 stacked layers which are 100 pixels image sensor, CDS circuit, and one ADC. Each circuit layer is vertically stacked and electrically connected by through-Si vias (TSVs), which can improve sensor performance. On the other hand, the block-parallel system requires ADC with extremely low-power and small circuit area, ADC is required. Therefore, the trade-off among area, power dissipation and conversion speed is important factor, and critical challenge. ADC designed in the test chip for functional evaluation employed the time interleaved charge-redistribution successive approximation (SAR) method. The proposed 9-bit ADC was designed in 90-nm CMOS technology, and achieved power dissipation less than 0.5mW with supply voltage of 1.0V and 4 MS/s conversion rate. The circuit area is 100 x 100 μm2.