USB PC Camera (SN9C102)

Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Sonix
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 21.39 Mb
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: / January, 2005

Windows device driver information for USB PC Camera (SN9C102)

The USB PC Camera (SN9C102) is a camera that is a single-chip processor for audio/video so as to pair with the resolution of a CIF CMOS or VGA image sensor. The camera can read the 8 or 9 bits from image devices, which input raw image data an RGB Bayer pattern, and then outputs via a USB port and to the PC. The chip in this camera has digital color gains settings that are three individual colors that are named R, G, and B gains. It also has H/W color in addition to JPEG compression engine, hardware windowing, which has random image size selection, an offset compensation, scaling functions, plus an audio input interface. The USB PC Camera (SN9C102) camera has different features like a 9-bit CMOS image that is a raw data input and also provision of a snap shot function.

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The other known features involved with the USB PC Camera (SN9C102) are [email protected] for the video mode in PC. The camera can also provide individual R/G/B control of digital color gains. It can also support CIF/VGA CMOS sensor, IC-media, Hynix 7131D/E/R, TASC 5110/5130, Pixart 106/202, CI sensor, NS, OmniVision, among others. The USB PC Camera (SN9C102) can be able to support pixel offset compensation and the chipset SN9C102 has embedded two modes of report and calculation report. This type of web camera has an inbuilt microphone which has the inclusion of PGA, pre-amplifier and the 10 bit audio ADC. There is also the provision of hardware windowing with a smooth filter due to the ¬¨Œ© and ¬¨¬∫ scaling function. The camera also has a white balancing gain circuit and a built-in gamma correction. All this is made possible because of the chip and the device driver. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB PC Camera (SN9C102) errors before installing any driver updates.