Integrated Camera

Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Intel
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 15.54 MB
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/2003/XP/NT
Latest Version / Release Date: / 29 Nov 2006

Windows device driver information for Integrated Camera

The Integrated Camera is compatible with Windows 98, 2000, 2003, XP and NT platforms. The Integrated Camera is described as a ¼ inch Sony CCD. It comes with a 3.6 by 2.7 mm (height by volume) scanning area. The horizontal resolution stands at 540 TVL. The camera' s valid PAL resolution is 752 by582 pixels while the valid NTSC resolution is 768 by 494 pixels. The Integrated Cameras minimum illuminations stands at 0.1 Lux/F1.2. The S/N ratio is Y48Db. The auto iris ranges between 3.9 and 85.8 mm. The Integrated Camera comes with a 1.0 Vp-p video output in addition to a BNC connector. The camera comes with support for the BLC function plus white balance both of which can easily be switched of and on depending on user preference. What is more, the camera has an internal sync system plus 0.45 gamma correction.

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Integrated Camera also comes with the off and on switch able gain control feature. The camera operates best in temperatures of 10 ~ 50 degrees centigrade and in environments with a maximum of 85% relative humidity. In order for the device to function effectively, it requires a DC12V/150Ma power supply. The integrated camera comes in dimensions of 104 by 58 by 67 mm (length by width by height), weighs 350 grams and is made from aluminum alloy. The camera is said to offers users improved notebook experiences especially in such applications as video conferencing, instant messaging plus VoIP (internet telephony) that of which are video centric. In order to use the functions of the Integrated Camera better and more easily, users are advised to only make use of the appropriate and most recent driver versions. Old drivers should not be used because they cause device conflicts and errors. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Integrated Camera errors before installing any driver updates.