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VGA sensor delivers smoother motion video

Posted: 24 Jun 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:VGA sensor? motion video? interface?

OV7735 VGA sensor

OmniVision Technologies Inc. has released a high-performance VGA sensor that can capture video at 60fps, enabling smoother motion video, as well as improved accuracy for motion detection applications.

The high-speed OV7735 VGA sensor provides one of the thinnest (camera solutions available today, making it suitable for portable applications, including digital video cameras, portable media players, as well as gaming devices and webcams.

The OV7735 is built with OmniVision's popular 3?m OmniPixel3-HS high sensitivity pixel to produce excellent quality video, even in the most challenging lighting conditions. Achieving a sensitivity of 3300mV/lux-sec, and capable of operating at 60fps in VGA resolution, the OV7735 offers complete user control over image quality, resolution and output data format. The OV7735 provides full frame, sub-sampled, windowed or scaled 8-/10bit images in RAW RGB and YUV formats over a parallel DVP or serial MIPI port, offering a versatile platform for use in single and multicamera applications.

All required image processing functions, including exposure control, white balance, and defective pixel detection and correction are programmable through the SCCB interface. The OV7735 also addresses image contamination issues such as fixed pattern noise, smearing and blooming, producing a clear and crisp color image. Designed primarily for portable or wireless applications, the new sensor features low power consumption, requiring just 100mW under normal operating conditions.

The OV7735 is sampling now and is expected to enter mass production in August 2010.

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