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MIPI CameraThe e-CAM130_iMX8M four-lane MIPI CSI-2 13-MP autofocus camera from e-con Systems Inc. is integrated with Variscite’s i.MX 8 system-on-module platform.

The device can be directly connected to the serial camera connector of the carrier board. e-CAM130_iMX8M comes with a high-performance image signal processor that performs autofocus, auto white balance, and auto exposure control functions. e-CAM130_iMX8M can stream full HD video at 1080p with 60 fps, while also supporting 4K video at 15 fps.

The camera is based on the 1/3.2-in. AR1335 CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor and ideal for high-end industrial systems, vision systems, human-machine interfaces, video conferencing, and more.
Aug 2019
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