High-definition video camera

  • 27-Jul-2009 12:48 EDT
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The AutoVision OV9715 camera from OmniVision Technologies is specifically tailored for advanced automotive imaging applications. With a one-megapixel image sensor, the camera features a zero-degree micro lens shift and 1280 x 800 pixel array. The OV9715 is suitable for advanced forward-looking and extreme wide-angle field-of-view vision applications, such as 360° bird’s-eye view and parking assistance systems. It is also optimized for use in automotive vision and sensing system combinations, such as rear-view and trajectory-based lane departure warning systems. Based on OmniPixel3-HS architecture, the 0.25-in (6.4-mm) OV9715 delivers low-light performance at 3300 mV/(lux-sec), enabling high-quality images in virtually any lighting condition. The OV9715 provides full-frame, subsampled, or windowed eight-bit/10-bit images in raw RGB format via the digital video port. The sensor delivers full-frame high-definition video at 30 frames per second (fps) and VGA resolution at 60 fps.

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