High Definition camera deployment using superspeed USB interconnect technology
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High Definition camera deployment using superspeed USB interconnect technology

High definition (HD) video offers improved picture quality, greater colour depth, increased frame rates and superior contrast over traditional video technology. It has, as a result already seen widespread adoption in home entertainment applications - effectively becoming almost ubiquitous here. There are however a vast array of other places where its employment could prove to be advantageous in the future. The following article will look at how the advent of the USB 3.0 interface could open up new opportunities for HD video implementation.


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