DSP SOC Design Methodology for Digital Cameras

Digital still cameras (DSC) are rapidly proliferating as technology adds new capabilities and improves image quality and utility by allowing pictures to be printed after taking them, as well as reducing power consumption, cost, and increasing picture storage. Although numerous vendors are entering the market with products ranging from $300 to several thousands of dollars targeted at the camera-computer user and the consumer, the digital still camera is still not equivalent to the traditional film camera. This article explores the more complex design of a consumer camera, the technologies being applied today to improve DSC quality and utility, and new methodologies needed to address these complex design issues.

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