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OmniVision's OV2775 is a 2.8-micron OmniBSI-2™ image sensor designed for a wide range of automotive imaging applications. The OV2775 features 1920 x 1080 resolution and Deep Well™ pixel technology, delivering 16-bit linear output to achieve 94 dB of dynamic range from a single exposure for best-in-class low-light performance. The OV2775's advanced high dynamic range (HDR) capabilities make it ideally suited for automotive applications such as front-view machine vision advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), rear video mirrors, camera monitor systems (CMS), and dash cameras.

Built on OmniVision's OmniBSI-2™ Deep Well™ pixel technology, the OV2775 enables 94 dB of dynamic range from a single exposure without any drop in signal-to-noise ratio or HDR combination artifacts. The OV2775 also features a dual exposure mode that can expand the sensor's dynamic range to more than 120 dB, using a second "very short" exposure to minimize motion artifacts.

The OV2775 comes in an AEC-Q100 Grade 2-qualified 6.5 x 5.7 mm chip scale package and contains an advanced set of safety mechanisms to enable ISO26262 ASIL B-rated camera systems.


Support for image size:
- 1920 x 1080
- QVGA, any cropped size

High dynamic range

High sensitivity

Low power consumption

Image sensor processor functions:
- Lens correction
- Defective pixel cancelation
- HDR combination
- Automatic black level correction

Supported output formats:

Horizontal and vertical sub-sampling

SCCB for register programming

High speed serial data transfer with MIPI CSI-2/LVDS

Parallel 12-bit DVP output

External frame synchronization capability

Embedded temperature sensor

One time programmable (OTP) memory

Part Specification
InterfaceMIPI / LVDS
Shutter TypeRolling Shutter
CFA (Chroma)RGB Bayer
Analog / DigitalDigital
Power RequirementStandby: 10 mW
Active: 395 mW
Output FormatRAW
Operating Temperature-40°C to +105°C
Optical Format1/2.9"
Frame RateFull @ 30 fps
Pixel Size2.8 µm
Image Area5482.35 x 3202 µm
Package Dimensions6544 x 5734 µm
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