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New HD camera has 'enhanced visibility' for versatile imaging

16 October 2013

The high definition FCB-EV7500, part of Sony's 'enhanced visibility' series of camera modules, is now available from Stemmer Imaging.

Operation at full HD of 1080p/60 and 1080p/50 is supported. A visibility enhancer, wide dynamic range and adaptive 2D/3D noise reduction combine to give good image quality even in challenging conditions. The Sony Exmor CMOS sensor offers higher sensitivity than previous Sony HD models.

The new sensor, together with a newly developed image signal processor, give improved image quality in terms of picture sharpness and colour optimisation. The 'visibility enhancer' is a key feature of the new camera that allows for adaptive contrast display in the captured image. Various contrast settings can be applied to different areas of the image to give the best overall picture. This facility is ideal for use in mist or smoke as well as in scenes with a general wide dynamic range.

In addition, the high frame rate means that fast moving images are seen in a more natural smooth motion, says the company. 30x optical zoom is provided. Adaptive 2D and 3D noise reduction further enhances image quality while minimising motion blur. The new camera can automatically adapt the level of 2D/3D noise reduction in different areas of the picture, depending on whether the area is static or moving.


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