Pinnacle’s new Denali-MC HDR End-to-End ISP Surveillance Platform

Pinnacle’s new Denali-MC HDR video and HDR still ISP platform is designed to be the most flexible ISP on the market and with limited development* can support 29 different HDR capable CMOS image sensors, including 9 Aptina/ONSemi, 6 Omnivision and 11 Sony sensors and 12 different pixel-level gain and frame-set HDR methods.

Denali-MC is currently demonstrated on a Xilinx Zynq 7010 FPGA, but can be utilized on DSP and SoC + DSP, (including TI and Qualcomm). The Denali-MC platform utilizes a Sony IMX290LQR sensor with multiple frameset output and Sony’s DOL HDR modes driven by a Xilinx Zynq 7000 FPGA.

At the heart of Pinnacle’s Denali-MC surveillance ISP are world-class algorithm-based cores, achieving a combination of highest possible DR while compensating for HDR motion artifacts and providing an end-to-end, camera ready full ISP.

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Pinnacle’s new Denali-MC HDR video and HDR still ISP platform
 

*Algorithms require adjustment to various sensor characteristics

Sample Ultra HDR™ Videos

Pinnacle Ultra HDR 4 Frame Merge
with Sony IMX136

Pinnacle Ultra HDR Single Frame LATM
with Fairchild HWK 1910A

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