In addition, the cameras support 640x480
VGA resolution, providing clear images without missing even a smallest detail.
Its 702x526 CMOS sensor and high-resolution 640x480
AMOLED display provide seamless clarity and a detection range of 500 yards in the darkest of conditions.
Trijicon's thermals feature a 640x480
digital OLED display, which means that there's a pixel-to-pixel match with the unit's uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) sensor for a clear image.
Taking it to the next level with a 640x480
VGA resolution built-in helmet camera, kids can record video at 30 trames per second, storing 12-15 minutes of video for action-packed replays.
The unit incorporates a 0.7x telecompressor lens that focuses light onto a KAI-0340 CCD guide sensor with 7.4-micron pixels in a 640x480
Comfortably sitting in the palm of your hand, it's as light as a feather, will give you 640x480
resolution footage - stored on the 2GB MicroSD card (included) - and the control allows you to do all manner of things, including flips and tumbles.
The Skeye Nano Camera Drone, PS59.99, from www.firebox.com is seriously small but packs a real punch with its 640x480
resolution camera | The Hubsan FPV X4 Plus Quadcopter Drone with 720p Camera, PS169.99, from www.maplin.co.uk is pretty big but sends live video back to the operator | Feel mobile with the Parrot Airborne cargo drone, PS79.99, from store.parrot.com/uk/ which is controlled by an app on your phone | The Voyager 6 UFO with camera, PS89.99, from www.menkind.co.uk really looks like an alien invader and it's dead powerful for its size | Stay on target with the HoverTech Battle FX, PS20, from www.smythstoys.com - there's no camera but you'll have fun firing at it from the ground
It means Video Graphics Array and images saved turn out about 640x480
. It is basically the same as a 0.3MP snapper.
It is also equipped with HP True Vision webcam which can record 640x480
videos, PCWorld reviews.
Micro-Epsilon's ThemoImager TIM 640 is an infrared thermal imaging camera that can record radiometric video at an optical resolution of 640x480
pixels and is claimed to be the highest resolution infrared camera on the market for less than [pounds sterling]6,800.
For high-definition video, various options are available, like 1920x1080 or 1440x1280 pixels at 50p or 50i in the AVCHD format, and 1440x1280 or 640x480
pixels at 30fps in the MPEG4 format.
For traditional shooting methods, the Action Cam offers several different resolutions to suit varied needs such as Full HD (1920x1080 30p), STD HD (1280x720, 30p) and SD VGA (640x480