RCA CDS6350 Digital Camera

The RCA CDS6350 Digital Camera is a handheld digital still camera. It is an internet-enabled version of the RCA CDS6300 Digital Camera. It has 2.1 million pixels of resolution, a zoom lens, an LCD viewfinder, and other standard digital camera features. It can automatically connect to the internet and upload pictures. It uses a digital camera coprocessor ASIC, the PhotoChip™, to perform camera image processing and control functions. The PhotoChip, developed by PhotoAccess, enables high-speed camera operation with excellent image quality. PhotoAccess, under contract with Thomson Multimedia, developed the CDS6350 based on the PhotoAccess eCamera™ Reference Design. The CDS6350 uses the PhotoChip, the NEC Vr4121 MIPS-based microcontroller, and the Sony ICX224AQ CCD image sensor.