Helmet-mounted low-light CMOS camera

Low-illuminance CMOS is a new type of digital solid-state low-light-level imaging device, which has the characteristics of low illumination and high sensitivity, and can image clearly under low illumination (<10-2lux).

In response to customer needs, the development and batch trial production of helmet-mounted low-light CMOS cameras have been completed. The helmet-mounted low-illuminance CMOS camera has a non-direct view video recording function, and is mainly used in the fields of anti-terrorism, communications and other areas.
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Under the illuminance of 10-21ux and 60m, it can identify upright soldiers
850nm auxiliary lighting
TF card video recording
The host weight is not more than 250g
Standard PAL analog video output
Compact structure
Quick release fixed bracket

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