OmniVision OV8810

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Description

The OV8810 image sensor is the world's first 1/3-inch, 8-megapixel sensor OmniVision's proprietary 1.4 micron OmniBSI™ backside illumination pixel architecture. This technology offers best-in-class low-light sensitivity and image quality in a very small footprint. OmniBSI technology enables a reduction in sensor size and stack height, allowing the sensors to achieve a high chief ray angle (CRA), which in turn facilitates thinner camera module designs. All required image processing functions for the OV8810 and OV8812, including exposure control, white balance and defective pixel canceling, are programmable through the serial camera control bus (SCCB) interface.

Features

  • 1.4 micron OmniBSI technology
  • Low dark current
  • Flexible frame exposure control mode
  • Flexible strobe output to control flash
  • Automatic image control functions: automatic exposure (AEC), automatic gain control (AGC), automatic white balance (AWB), automatic 50/60 Hz luminance detection, and automatic black level calibration (ABLC)
  • Defect pixel correction and lens shading correction
  • Two-wire serial bus control
  • MIPI serial output interface
  • Digital video port (DVP) parallel output interface
  • Support for second camera chip-sharing MIPI interface
  • Programmable controls for gain, exposure, frame rate, image size, horizontal mirror, vertical flip, cropping, windowing and panning
  • Support for black sun cancellation
  • Embedded one-time programmable (OTP) memory
  • On-chip phase lock loop (PLL)
  • HDR ready

Datasheet: File:Ov8810.pdf