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InvenSense image stabilization for Hitachi camcorder

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-10-07 20:11:00
InvenSense image stabilization for Hitachi camcorders : InvenSense, the world leader in motion sensing solutions for mobile devices, announced that its IDG-1000 series dual-axis gyroscope, which enables image stabilization systems in digital cameras, has been chosen by Hitachi, Ltd. for use in two models of its Blu-ray disc camcorders. The new Hitachi DZ-BD70A and DZ-BD7HA camcorders are the world's first camcorders to support Blu-ray disc technology with full high definition (1920x1080) video capture. With the mass adoption of high definition television taking place around the world, camcorders are quickly following suit with support of HD video, which offers five times more image detail compared to legacy standard definition video.


Pentax selects InvenSense for image stabilization

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-09-11 19:00:00
Pentax selects InvenSense for image stabilization : InvenSense, provider of integrated motion sensing solutions for consumer electronics, announced that Pentax Corp has selected its IDG-1000 series dual-axis gyroscope for use in the Optio A30 digital camera and for next generation digital still cameras with optical image stabilization features. InvenSense’s gyro is used to precisely measure the camera user’s hand shake which is compensated for using Pentax’s Shake Reduction (SR) technology for improved image capture in low-light settings and telephoto use. Image stabilization is quickly becoming a standard feature in digital cameras and is a key factor for why consumers are replacing their early-version cameras with new models.






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