HDR automotive-grade camera

  • 25-Jan-2013 06:00 EST

SMK Electronics Corp.’s HDR automotive-grade camera provides higher dynamic range, flexible interface protocols, and distortion-free streaming video at 30 fps. According to the company, it is the automotive industry’s first 1-megapixel HD camera for automobile vision systems and is a cost-effective solution for manufacturers integrating in-dash and forward-facing vision systems into high- and mid-range product offerings. Delivering a dynamic range of 115 db, the HDR automotive-grade camera can be fitted with a variety of optically corrected coated lenses for increased durability and performance. It is packaged as a 48 x 48 x 48 mm (1.89 x 1.89 x 1.89 in) component. Environmentally sealed to IP67 specifications, the camera meets all automotive temperature and mechanical standards, claims the company.

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