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USB 2750 Camera
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Applies to:

eMPIA EM2750 USB Camera






Windows XP 32/64-bit, Windows Vista 32/64-bit, Win

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835 KB

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USB 2750 Camera


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  • Resolution: 3 MP
  • Dead Pixel Compensation Support
  • Framerate (VGA): 30 fps
  • Anti-Noise Low Pass Filter: Yes
  • Device Type: Universal Video Class (UVC)


eMPIA EM2750 USB camera is capable of functioning as both UVC (USB Video Class) and UAC (USB Audio Class) device. The 3 MP webcam can be operated in either ISO or Bulk mode, and consumes little power even while active. The device utilizes Dead Pixel Compensation technology for ensuring high quality photography, even in low light conditions. The microphone built into the base of the camera uses Anti-Noise Low Pass Filter technique, in order to compensate for noise while recording any type of sound. The camera can make use of either Serial Flash, or EEPROM interfaces for transferring data to the computer. It does not generate much heat while operating, and is thus suitable for use with laptop computers, where rise in temperature of hardware peripherals can cause problems.

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The camera uses Dead Pixel Compensation (DPC) technology which refers to the process of clearing up dead pixels from a photograph taken with the device. Such pixels can show up when a particular spot on the LCD panel (of the camera) stops performing normally. This can happen due to a disruption in the flow of electrical charge to a particular location on the screen, or a defect in the electrically-sensitive coating itself. As a result, in any photo taken with the camera that has developed the defect, a black or brown spot would be visible at that particular location. DPC can be utilized by the device in such cases, to automatically block out those pixels, or to fill those spots with the color of any adjacent pixel.