What is Optical Image Stabilization?
Optical Image stabilization (OIS) is a family of techniques used to reduce motion blurring in images due to motion of a camera or other imaging device during exposure. It typically correct for pan and tilt (angular movement, equivalent to yaw and pitch) of the imaging device. OIS is applied to still and video cameras, image-stabilized binoculars, astronomical telescopes and also in smartphone cameras. Camera shake is particularly problematic for still photography at slow shutter speeds or with long focal length lenses. Camera shake can also cause visible frame-to-frame jitter in the recorded video. These problems can be minimized or even eliminated by applying OIS.
Image Sensor and Optics
Resolution: 4224 (H) × 3168 (V) = 13,381,632 (pixels)
Optical size: 1/3 inches
Data interface: MIPI DPHY method 1.188Gbps (max)
Control interface: CSI-2 (I2C I/F)
Color filter: Bayer RGB
Data resolution: 10-bit
Power consumption (max): 307mW
Lens FOV: Diagonal 76.2 degree
Lens focal length: 3.72mm
Lens F number: F2.0 ±5% (Infinite)
OIS type: VCM (Lens Tilting Type)
Compensation angle: ± 0.60 degree
Compensation: 3 EV stops (max.)
VCM AF settling time: < 10ms
VCM power consumption: 20mW to 169mW
Control method: Open loop
Operating temperature: 0 to 60 Degree Celsius
Connector: 40-pin *
Dimension: 20.3mm x 15.8mm x 5.94mm *
* Demo module dimensions, actual dimensions can be smaller.
** This is specification of our standard solution.
Demo and Evaluation Board
Stabilization Demonstration Video
Stabilization Demonstration for Still Photo Capturing