Digital Still Camera

The digital camera implements the image sensor (CCD or CMOS) to convert the light directly into series of pixel values that make up the image to be taken. The more pixels your camera has, the more detail it can capture.

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Over the last few years, digital cameras have become more and more sophisticated enabling many advanced features including noise filtering, instant red-eye removal, high-quality prints extracted from video, image and video stabilization, in-camera editing of pictures and wireless transmission of photos.

Texas Instruments has a long history of providing expertise and superior products to the video market. TI's comprehensive solutions cover the entire video chain – everything from the initial capture of video content to the final viewing experience. TI's optimized digital camera solutions, along with a sophisticated and easy-to-use development environment, enable camera manufacturers to advance next-generation digital photography.

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Application Notes (7)

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HTM 8 KB 02 Jun 2011 14
HTM 8 KB 16 Jul 2010 8
HTM 9 KB 27 Jan 2010 34
HTM 9 KB 11 Nov 2009 8
HTM 8 KB 19 Nov 2008 43
HTM 9 KB 03 May 2004 24
HTM 9 KB 07 Mar 2000 5

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Product Bulletin (1)

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PDF 948 KB 13 Feb 2007 16

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PDF 180 KB 18 Jul 2008 12
PDF 58 KB 01 Feb 2008 20
PDF 263 KB 10 Oct 2007 22
PDF 94 KB 10 Oct 2007 19
PDF 358 KB 19 Sep 2007 16
PDF 124 KB 28 Mar 2007 34
PDF 470 KB 20 Mar 2007 0
HTM 8 KB 25 Oct 2006 8
PDF 70 KB 06 Dec 2005 0
PDF 56 KB 08 Sep 2005 24
PDF 55 KB 08 Sep 2005 29

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