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Omnivision Technologies has released the OV10630, a flagship image sensor for its security-products portfolio.

The new system-on-a-chip (SOC) sensor combines 720p high-definition (HD) video with unparalleled low-light sensitivity and colour high-dynamic range (HDR) in a 1/2.7in optical format.

Using Omnivision’s new HDR processing technology, the new security sensor delivers 110dB dynamic range in black-and-white and 100dB + in colour, providing clear, fully-processed YUV colour HDR video output.

By integrating a full image-processing pipeline, the OV10630 accelerates time-to-market and reduces the system bill-of-materials.

The OV10630 design is based on a 4.2-micron Omnipixel3-HS pixel, enabling 720p HD at unparalleled low-light sensitivity.

It captures detail-rich, HD-quality colour video in any environment, including low-light scenes or high-contrast lighting conditions.

The OV10630 is an attractive solution for mainstream IP cameras and HD closed-circuit television systems.

The OV10630 has an active array of 1280 x 800 pixels, providing 720p HD video at 30 frames per second.

It supports a digital-video parallel port and provides full-framed or windowed 10-bit or 8-bit YUV and 18-bit RAW RGB output format with complete user control over formatting and output data transfer.

It also offers all required automatic image-control functions, including automatic exposure control, automatic white balance, automatic black-level calibration, as well as defective pixel correction, gamma correction and lens-shading correction.

Camera functions are programmable through the serial camera control-bus interface.

The OV10630 is now sampling and is scheduled to enter mass production by the fourth quarter of 2010.

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