DIG Options Rear View Cameras

Author: Shane  

DIG Options reverse cameras use two technologies CCD and CMOS, both provide a good view of the objects (in colour) but CCD images sensors give you a better resolution due to the technology employed.

A CCD camera or Charge Coupled Device is a sensor who convert light into electronic signals. A very high quality images is the result of the low noise level, high fill factor, and good signal-to-noise ratio exhibited by CCD sensors. These characteristics make cameras based on CCD sensors a good fit for cameras vision applications.

 

This means: 

DIG Options CCD camera produce a better image quality and sharper picture.  

 

What are Benefits of CCD and CMOS cameras

 

The quality for both cameras are very good but you can find some difference between them:

  • CCD camera is more sensitive to light 
  • From CCD camera you can have a clearer image during day and night, this means more detail in the image
  • CMOS camera is cheaper than CCD becoming more affordable for the customers
  • The power consumed by CMOS is less than CCD camera. 


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