Featuring Pinnacle Imaging Systems’ motion compensation algorithms that tone map high contrast scenes while minimizing high dynamic range (HDR) motion artifacts, the Denali-MC camera-ready HDR image signal processor (ISP) is designed for engineers and designers looking to embed HDR video capture technology in their camera projects. The platform utilizes a Sony IMX290LQR STARVIS CMOS image sensor with multiple frameset output and Sony’s DOL HDR modes driven by a Xilinx Zynq 7045 FPGA using 45% of resources. Additionally, Denali-MC ISP cores enable a maximum output of 1080p at 60 fps and16-bit processing, as well features including automatic and manual exposure, automatic and manual white balance, auto gain, digital black level and gain pre-compensation for RGGB, noise reduction, and more.
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Contact:Pinnacle Imaging Systems
Headquarters: Belmont, CA, USA
Product: Denali-MC camera-ready HDR image signal processor
Key Features: ISP platform supporting 1080p at 60 fps, 16-bit processing, 2-4 brackets up to 8 EV frame offset, up to 16 EV stops for output HDR.
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