DVEO, the broadcast division of San Diego-based Computer Modules Inc. (CMI), is introducing a super-small HD camera suitable for military vehicles and aircraft, and a high-definition DVR to go along with it.
DVEO Cunima HD cam
The Cunima 2/3-inch HD CMOS chip camera withstands high G-force and the shock of impact, CMI says.
It measures just 1.2×1.4×4.4 inches and weighs 6.4 ounces.
Its image sensor is 1920×1080 pixels, progressive scan. No external camera control unit is needed.
DVEO VideoBank HD
“The Cunima HD camera is strong enough for use on fast-moving equipment, plus it delivers sharp, high quality HD video that shows extensive detail,” said Ray Asturias, DVEO sales manager.
The company is also launching VideoBank HD, a rugged, high-definition H.264 recorder with removable Flash storage. VideoBank HD supports up to 32GB cards, enabling the recording of two hours of 1080i content.
The unit measures 3.3×3.3×1.6 inches. It’s designed for encoding, decoding and rugged mobile applications, including remote data gathering, where small HD cameras are deployed.