Digital Imaging Systems launched the first 9MP camera module for mobile phones. The module is the DIS6931 and has feature rich auto-focus, mechanical shutter, and high-quality lens.
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The control interface allows digital phone makers to easily upgrade the camera to the high resolution one without having to make costly changes to the design. The camera module promises fast focus and shutter speeds to allow image capture during sporting events. The sensor can record 720p video as well.
"We wanted to maintain our leadership in digital still camera (DSC) quality modules for mobile phones to create new market opportunities for handset manufacturers. With our ultra fast AF (auto-focus), the fastest mobile click-to-capture time and excellent picture quality, we are in a strong position to drive the convergence of mid-range DSC’s into mobile devices,” said Roland Pudelko, CEO of Digital Imaging Systems.
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