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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Avago Technologies' One-Quarter Inch Format, 1.3 Megapixel Image Sensor Easily Fits Smallest Low-Profile Camera Modules

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via NewsEdge Corporation

-- Adaptive tone mapping that provides dynamic range expansion to deliver better contrast and richer, more vivid colors(1).

-- Advanced exposure control for brighter non-flash images(1).

-- Enhanced automatic pixel correction that is five times better than conventional bad pixel amelioration(1).

-- True color image processing that is better than advanced auto white balance(1).

-- Programmable, dual-LED and Xenon flash strobe synchronization(1).

-- Locally adaptive color noise suppression(1).

-- Smooth 4X digital zoom to emulate an optical zoom movement(1).

-- Special-effects generator with "blue people," black and white, sepia, solarization and 20 other special effects.

-- Anti-vignetting that provides automatic correction for lens shading effects.

-- Picture sharpening and adaptive tone mapping.

-- Auto-flicker correction.

U.S. Pricing and Availability

The ADCC-3000 CMOS camera-on-a-chip is sampling now through Avago Technologies' direct sales channel. Contact Avago for pricing and availability in production quantities. Further information about Avago's CMOS image sensors is available at

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