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Image SensorAmbarella Inc. offers the S5 System-on-Chip (SoC) for 4K and multi-imager IP (Internet Protocol) cameras for the surveillance industry.

The S5 offers advanced features including 4K multiexposure high dynamic range fusion, 360° dewarp and ultralow-light processing. Maximum performance is 4Kp120 or 8Kp30 of H.264/AVC and 4Kp60 frames of H.265/HEVC, while supporting flexible multistreaming, rate control and transcoding functions.

The S5 supports the Main10 HEVC profile for representation of high-contrast scenes and a wide color gamut. The sensor interface and its advanced 1-GP/s image sensor pipeline can be configured as up to 4 independent sensor inputs to enable high-resolution multi-imager cameras.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2016

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