HiSilicon Hi3516CV300 is the main stream System-on-chip widely used for Full HD 1080p IP cameras. The SoC is based on ARM926@800MHz core processor, supporting both H.264 and H.265 video compression, up to 1080p@30fps video encoding capability. Hi3516CV300 is able to work with 2-megapixel CMOS image sensors from Sony, SmartSens, Semi-conduct, OmniVision, SOI (Silicon Optronics) and more manufacturers.
As one of popular IP camera solution providers, Hisilicon SoCs are prevailing in market. If you’re a developer/engineer, you may interested in study this solution, or even develop your own firmware for the new products. We herein share you the latest SDK (software development kit) which originally derived from Hisilicon distributor.
The SDK file is too large, we upload it to several files:
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Sony IMX327 is the lite version of IMX290, it's the most popular CMOS image sensor that has been widely used in many products including IP surveillance cameras, car dash cameras. Similar to IMX290, Sony IMX327 provide excellent light sensitivity which helps camera to see clearly under dim or even no light condition. However, the cost/price of IMX327 is much lower than IMX290, hence it's welcomed by security camera manufacturers. Many manufacturers released new 1080p FHD network cameras based on Hisilicon Hi3516CV300 SoC and IMX327 CMOS.
1/2.8” 2MP Sony Low Illumination CMOS image sensor
H.265+/H.265/H.264/MJPEG video compression
Triple stream including 1920x1080, 1280x720, 704x576
Wide dynamic range, 3D noise reduction, backlight compensation
Auto white balance (AWB), auto exposure (AE), auto focus (AF)
Compatible ONVIF specification
Privacy mask (4 zones are selectable)
Audio input and audio compression
Video based motion detection
Support mobile view via iOS/Android app
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE)