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Camera Phone image quality

Mark Peters : 2007-03-20 15:20:00
Camera Phone image quality : The Imaging Industry Association will present a track in the CTIA Emerging Technology Forum entitled "Camera Phone Image Quality - Is Technology to Blame?" on Monday, March 26, immediately preceding the CTIA Wireless conference in Orlando, Florida. Camera phones, unlike their digital still camera counterparts, are mass produced multifunctional devices. Demands for small form factors, reliability, low cost, durability, and high volume manufacturing processes all affect the capabilities of camera modules, constraining the overall quality of images captured using camera phones. The I3A session will focus on technology that affects image quality and possible solutions to improve camera phone image quality.






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