With security systems becoming more popular, IP cameras are now a huge market. Traditional IP cameras are fixed focus or contrast-detection autofocus (AF). As face recognition technology is becoming more of a trend in these systems, 4K ultra-high-definition (UHD) and fast AF are also becoming required features.
In this reference design, Renesas provides a CMOS sensor with phase-detection autofocus (PDAF) functions. PDAF is much faster than conventional contrast-detection AF because of direct focusing. Customers can use low-end lenses because PDAF CMOS interface sensors (CIS) do not require wobbling operation on the lens.
This high-performance power and analog system utilizes Renesas power management ICs (PMICs), DC/DC, and LDOs for IP camera modules.
In this video, we will explain how to use the reference design kit for 4K and high-speed AF camera.
You can set it up and use its camera functions such as RTSP Video Play, zooming control, and exposure control.
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The solution demonstrates a CMOS image sensor (CIS) board with phase-detection autofocus (PDAF) and a high-performance image signal processing (ISP) board.
Renesas' complementary product portfolios of Analog + Power + Embedded Processing + Connectivity work together to deliver comprehensive solutions. Our product experts have developed "Winning Combinations," compelling product combinations that help our customers accelerate their designs and get to market faster.