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The production plant for our camera modules is Chemi-Con Nagaoka Co. Ltd. in Nagaoka, Niigata Prefecture.

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We do not disclose information about the components used in our camera modules, including the manufacturer and model of the CMOS sensor and lens.

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The camera module Image Signal Processor (ISP), is the component which processes the image signal, or the integrated circuit that provides this functionality.

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The camera module register refers to the storage area that is part of the integrated circuit. The output image can be controlled by setting the ISP register of the camera module.

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The camera module clock is the signal frequency that makes the integrated circuit operate. The MCLK (Master Clock) refers to the basic clock input for the integrated circuit. In contrast, the PCLK (Pixel Clock) refers to the clock for the data output from the integrated circuit.

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Camera module parallel data means that the output signal is in parallel, while serial data means that the output signal is in series.

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The camera module exposure time is the time for which the sensor is exposed to light. It can be adjusted within a range of a few milliseconds to a few dozen milliseconds. This exposure is the brightness index of the image. The Auto Exposure (AE) function automatically adjusts the exposure according to the ambient brightness and IC register settings.

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The camera module's white balance is the correction applied to adjust the hue in color cameras. And Auto White Balance (AWB) is a function that automatically adjusts the white balance according to color information from the surroundings or the settings of the IC register.

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The camera module Total Track Length (TTL) is the distance from the surface of the image sensor to the top of the lens. This is an important parameter in case design.

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IR/NIR, in relation to camera modules, refers to infrared and near infrared light in wavelengths of roughly 840 nm to 950 nm. These wavelengths of light cannot be seen with the naked eye, but can be picked up by image sensors, and are sometimes used. IR Cut Filters (IRCF) are optical filters that block infrared light.

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