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Old 07-07-2008, 10:50 PM   #1
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Camera driver -Noon130PC20 Linux Support

I have linux 2.6.14 and I am writing a device driver for the Noon130PC20CMOS camera sensor. I have used an existing driver as a skeleton starting point. The camera sensor is recognized on the I2C interface, no problems. Now I must set the parameters of the camera. I have the data sheet, however I am unsure of the details of how or what the values of the different registers should be.
Any ideas?



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