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Posted by brazzuka's
For all developers modders and users
Here you can find Modded Camdriver for Sony Ericsson w715/w705/w508/w518/w595/w760/w980/w890/g705/t700/t07 model 3.2MPixel Micron MT9T111 and model Foxconn secondary VGA videocall camera

[ This Message was edited by: brazzuka's on 2009-08-06 13:06 ]

[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2009-10-07 11:56 ]



Posted by brazzuka's
Micron MT9T111 3.1-Megapixel, 1/4-Inch CMOS Digital Image Sensor Camera System-On-a-Chip

Micron MT9T111 Features
● Motion-adaptive exposure mode
● Advanced 1.75μm pixel technology
● 3.1-megapixel resolution
● 1/4-inch optical format (4:3)
● 2048H x 1536V array format
● Dual-camera bridging support with MT9V013
● One-time programmable (OTP) memory
● Integrated real-time JPEG encoder
● 15 frames per second (fps), full resolution
● Flexible support for external auto focus, optical
zoom, and mechanical shutter
● On-chip phase lock loop (PLL)
● Programmable I/O slew rate
● On-chip, 10-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC)
● Two-wire serial interface providing access to
registers and microcontroller memory
● 10-bit parallel, MIPI serial interface
● Micron® DigitalClarity® CMOS imaging technology
● Low-power, low-cost, progressive-scan CMOS image
sensor
Applications
● Cellular phones
● PC cameras
● PDAs

Micron’s 3.1-megapixel, 1/4-inch complete systemon-
a-chip (SOC) image sensor for camera phones is
the fi rst in its class to incorporate a motion-adaptive
feature to reduce the occurrence of blurred images
caused by inadvertent movement of the camera.
The MT9T111—which was developed using Micron’s
industry-leading 1.75μm pixel technology and features
our exclusive low-noise DigitalClarity technology—
provides best-in-class image quality while maintaining
a small form factor.

Sensor Chip MT9T111 Specifications

● Pixel Size: 1.75μm x 1.75μm
● Array Format
(Active): 2048H x 1536V (QXGA)
● Imaging Area: 3.62mm x 2.73mm: 4.52mm
diagonal (4:3 aspect ratio)
● Targeted Module
Size (estimated): 8.5mm x 8.5mm x 5mm
● CRA (tentative 24.99° (Max at 80% image
targets): height)
● Color Filter
Array: RGB Bayer color fi lters
● Optical Format: 1/4 inch (4:3)
● Frame Rates: 15 fps (full resolution) (JPEG),
30 fps (preview mode)
● Scan Mode: Progressive
● Shutter: Electronic rolling shutter (ERS)
● Automatic Exposure, white balance, black
Functions: level offset correction, fl icker
detection and avoidance, color
saturation control, defect identifi
cation and correction, and
aperture correction
● Windowing: Programmable to any size
● ADC: 10-bit, on-chip
● Output
Interface MIPI: Single-lane
● Parallel: 10-bit
● Maximum Pixel
Data Output: 48 megapixels per second
● Maximum
Data Rate: 96 MHz
● Responsivity: 0.44 V/Lux-sec (preliminary)
● Signal-to-Noise
Ratio: >38dB (preliminary)
● Dynamic Range: >67.4dB (preliminary)
● Supply Analog: 2.5V–3.1V
Voltage: Digital: 1.70V–1.95V
I/O: 1.7V–3.1V
PLL: 2.5V–3.1V
MIPI: 1.70V–1.95V
● Power
Consumption: <150mW (@ 30 fps)
● Operating Temp: -30°C to +70°C (at junction)
● Package: Bare die (in wafer form)










[ This Message was edited by: brazuka on 2008-12-25 13:49 ]

Posted by brazzuka's
Update 2009-03-05

Version Standard for Sony Ericsson w715/w705/w595/w760/w980/w890/g705/t700
Features/Changelog for MT9T111:

Version:
>>v4.3_Standard™_for_w705
>>v5.95_Standard™_for_w595
>>v76.0_Standard_Stucker™_for_w760
>>v3.65_Standard™_for_w980
>>v21.92_Standard™_for_w890
>>v7.0_Standard™_for_t700
>>v9.75_Standard™_for_g705
>>v71.0_Standard™_for_w715

Update 2009-03-05

Version Colors Saturation and Techniques Effects for Sony Ericsson w715/w705/w595/w760/w980/w890/g705/t700
Features/Changelog MT9T111:

Version:
>>v4.3_SnapShake™_for_w705
>>v5.95_ActiveHerdeas™_for_w595
>>v76.0_MilkyWay™_for_w760
>>v3.65_DiscoverShot™_for_w980
>>v21.92_Stylish™_for_w890
>>v7.0_SimplyShines™_for_t700
>>v9.75_Majestic™_for_g705
>>v71.0_ShakeJump™_for_w715

About Master Clock™ for MT9T111 :
To generate SXGA images at 15 fps, the sensor core
requires a clock in the 24 MHZ to 27 MHz range; this is
also the fundamental pixel clock rate (sensor pixel
clock) for full-power operation. To achieve this pixel
rate, CLKIN must be in the 48 MHz to 54 MHz range.
The device defaults assume a 54 MHz clock. Minimum
clock frequency is 2 MHz.

Maximum Data Rate/Maximum Master Clock
-27 MPS/54 MHz
Frame Rate SXGA (1,280 x 1,024)
-15 fps at 54 MHz
QSXGA (640 x 512)
-30 fps at 54 MHz

Attention:
Never increase the frequency above the 27mhz for this sensors




Top Sony Ericsson w715/w705/w595/w760/w980/w890/g705/t700 Downloads:


Box Sony Ericsson w715/w705/w595/w760/w980/w890/g705/t700
http://www.4shared.com/file/9[....]ers_Sony_Ericsson_MT9T111.html
Box II Sony Ericsson w715/w705/w595/w760/w980/w890/g705/t700
http://www.4shared.com/file/9[....]ers_Sony_Ericsson_MT9T111.html
[ This Message was edited by: brazuka on 2009-03-30 13:17 ]


Posted by alexherdea
and when can a w595 camdriver be downloaded?
by the way , w595's camera is in desperate need of more fps :|. I have to stick the camera somewhere when i take the picture or else i have 80% chance to get a blurry picture ( w200 was like a cybershot in comparasion with w595 ))) )
and @ night / low-light it gets very noisy
the video is the best part , it's ok ( i don't think that anymore else can be done to it )

good luck !

Posted by linkinxmen
anyone have w595 camdriver,?

Posted by vbvbvb
i can't find w760 modded camera driver anywhere, can someone please upload them, i'd like to zoom in max resolution, it only allows me to zoom in vga resolution

Posted by death.earsme
where are the driver download links???

Posted by rune1
any drivers?

Posted by vbvbvb
this page is useless, upload the goddamn drivers already

Posted by brazzuka's
sample pics w760





vga











[ This Message was edited by: brazuka on 2009-01-16 00:24 ]

Posted by alexherdea
try to take the pictures @ full resolution
and as soon as u can post some drivers

Posted by Hiron
I wonder whether T700 uses the same camera module as this, considering it's 3.2 mpix also

And where's the camdriver's link?


Hiron

Posted by brazzuka's

@Hiron
I wonder whether T700 uses the same camera module as this, considering it's 3.2 mpix also
And where's the camdriver's link?


Yes, you r right is the same sensor.
camdriver original try this here=>http://www.4shared.com/




Posted by Choffa
Is it possible to implement autofocus in the drivers or is autofocus hardware related?

Posted by deluded
@Choffa, it's hardware based.

Anyway, the T700 is using time same sensor, however, when I tried using the W980 camdriver, the camera function failed to start up, so I think there must be a difference somewhere.

Would appreciate it if someone could mod the T700 driver for me, or tell me how to do it. I'm pretty satisfied with the picture quality of my T700, but I just need the shutter speed to be faster. I can live with a slightly higher ISO setting. Thanks.

Posted by Choffa
Too bad ^^ i was hoping i could get autofocus on my w595

Posted by danielhuynh2
any news about cam drivers for us 3.2mp users ?

Posted by hf1344

On 2009-01-13 01:36:01, brazuka wrote:





[ This Message was edited by: brazuka on 2009-01-16 00:24 ]



nice garage especially the cayenne

Posted by devya
I wish i have AutoFocus on my T700



[ This Message was edited by: devya on 2009-03-07 09:08 ]


Posted by lukechris
WOW

Posted by brazzuka's
some tests w595
2 versions beta camdrivers
photos:
version A without colors saturarion and effects techiniques
version B colors saturation without effects techiniques
both versions:iso fix, shutter speed fix, new exposure in automode
video:
recording video high resolution 25fps to 30fps
Good work! Alex

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Posted by Luypie
nice brazuka, can you upload the 2 beta camdrivers?
grtz

Posted by brazzuka's
sample pics w760
camdriver v76.0_MilkyWay™_for_w760 and v76.0_Standard_Stucker™_for_w760

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Posted by moshik12
finally he put the drivers in his folder..
checking it out..
brazzuka i dont get it... i mean... what is better to put?
CIF video recording or normal?
and wich driver (and what video resolution) you think is the best between the 4 drivers?

Posted by brazzuka's
ActiveHerdeas™_for_w595

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Posted by wongnog
good job brazuka! One thing though, I can't tell which pics are camdriver v76.0_MilkyWay™_for_w760 and which ones are v76.0_Standard_Stucker™_for_w760. What is the difference between the two? I don't think you mentioned it in your first post. Which is better? Thanks!



Posted by MrHieu
woah it's pretty good with my W890i. But in low light condition, the images seem to be darker, more noisy, and over-exposure outdoor. The color is good, warmer and deeper, i like that.
i wish i could have mannual settings in iso, shutter speed, sarturation. Is it possible ?

Posted by Zdarlight
i dont get the difference between StandartTM for W595 and ActiveHardeasTm for W595. Which is better to use?

Posted by Hiron
Got a bug in v7.0_Standard™_for_t700
Shot in night mode and the EXIF always says ISO-10 (which is not true)

Posted by brazzuka's

@wongnog
good job brazuka! One thing though, I can't tell which pics are camdriver v76.0_MilkyWay™_for_w760 and which ones are v76.0_Standard_Stucker™_for_w760. What is the difference between the two? I don't think you mentioned it in your first post. Which is better? Thanks!

Features changelog first post#1


@MrHieu
woah it's pretty good with my W890i. But in low light condition, the images seem to be darker, more noisy, and over-exposure outdoor. The color is good, warmer and deeper, i like that.
i wish i could have mannual settings in iso, shutter speed, sarturation. Is it possible ?

manual settings for some functions yes is possible but manual iso and shutter for this sensors is relative.


@Zdarlight
i dont get the difference between StandartTM for W595 and ActiveHardeasTm for W595. Which is better to use?


No? look the pics and u will see the differences.Take some pics for samples.
The best version is that which most suits your taste.


@Hiron
Got a bug in v7.0_Standard™_for_t700
Shot in night mode and the EXIF always says ISO-10 (which is not true)

Please read and think before of ask.
Read the post#1
# New ISO ISO10 to ISO8000 conditions luminosity
# New Shutter Speed 1/4s to 1/640s conditions luminosity


Posted by Hiron


Please read and think before of ask.
Read the post#1
# New ISO ISO10 to ISO8000 conditions luminosity
# New Shutter Speed 1/4s to 1/640s conditions luminosity




I know that it changes based on conditions...

In daylight, most likely it will shoot at ISO10 with 1/640s
In deepest dark, most likely will shoot at ISO8000 with 1/4s

The bug is, when I enabled Night mode in T700 standard, and shot my room (halogen lamp powered)... There's much noise on my photo, and it looks that it is ISO 400.

But in EXIF (using photoshop), it ALWAYSsays ISO-10, which is impossible, since the noise looks like ISO 400. I can tell the difference of ISO 10 and ISO 400 by looking at the amount of noise.

I change the lighting condition (more darkness), and it still says ISO10!

So I think there's a bug in JPEG writing algorithm...
[ This Message was edited by: Hiron on 2009-03-25 19:08 ]


Posted by brazzuka's
@Hiron
I know that it changes based on conditions...

In daylight, most likely it will shoot at ISO10 with 1/640s
In deepest dark, most likely will shoot at ISO8000 with 1/4s

The bug is, when I enabled Night mode in T700 standard, and shot my room (halogen lamp powered)... There's much noise on my photo, and it looks that it is ISO 400.

But in EXIF (using photoshop), it ALWAYSsays ISO-10, which is impossible, since the noise looks like ISO 400. I can tell the difference of ISO 10 and ISO 400 by looking at the amount of noise.

I change the lighting condition (more darkness), and it still says ISO10!

So I think there's a bug in JPEG writing algorithm...


For these sensors is a necessary a good condition of luminosity, this sensors work well with high ligth and this models mobile phone don´t have xenon flash or led flash for to conditions of low light.
About ISO in this sensor is relative and useless because the sensor don´t respond with the variations of ISO unfortunately.
Example: ISO10 ISO80 ISO100 ISO200 ISO400 ISO800 ISO8000...ISO(n)
All these ISO have the same effect about the pics.
Try to change the ISO and see the results or if the pics change some thing.
But where are the pics??
[ This Message was edited by: brazuka on 2009-03-25 20:23 ]


Posted by Hiron
I will upload the pic. Maybe tomorrow because I have slow upload speed internet connection. Sorry for waiting.

Thanks For Your Attention

Posted by MrHieu
my W890i.
hey Brazuka, what did u mean " Try to change the ISO and see the results" ? on my W890i i just can adjust the EV setting ( left and right key, landscape mode). How can I change the ISO on the phone? Or editting the file camdrive0.dat ?
Open it on the text editor, i saw you had something like "Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS", but how ?
The images are still more noisy and blurer than the original camdrive, except for better color. It also losts detail. I wish you could complete it soon.

Posted by brazzuka's

@MrHieu
my W890i.
hey Brazuka, what did u mean " Try to change the ISO and see the results" ? on my W890i i just can adjust the EV setting ( left and right key, landscape mode). How can I change the ISO on the phone? Or editting the file camdrive0.dat ?
Open it on the text editor, i saw you had something like "Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS", but how ?
The images are still more noisy and blurer than the original camdrive, except for better color. It also losts detail. I wish you could complete it soon.


Yes, inside of camdriver0.dat... open camdriver0.dat and change edit if necessary function FPS video recording

Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS
if don´t know, not touch anything below

//----------------------for 15fps to 23fps
//Photos:stable
//Video:stable
//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,4E20; // Clock #9 on, frequency 20MHz for video recording 15fps to 23fps
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz for video recording 15fps to 23fps
//----------------------for 15fps to 26fps
//Photos:stable
//Video:stable
//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,55F0; // Clock #9 on, frequency 22MHz stable fix for video recording 15fps to 26fps
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz stable fix for video recording 15fps to 26fps
//----------------------for 25fps to 30fps
//Photos:unstable
//Video:stable
//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,6590; // Clock #9 on, frequency 26MHz for video recording 25fps to 30fps
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz for video recording 25fps to 30fps
//----------------------Settings for Video FPS Only Video!!!



Posted by MrHieu
so just remove "//" in
"//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,55F0;
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8;" right ?
and the ISO ? how to edit ? I 've got over-exposure when I shoot outdoor,although I reduced the EV.

Posted by brazzuka's

@MrHieu
so just remove "//" in
"//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,55F0;
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8;" right ?
and the ISO ? how to edit ? I 've got over-exposure when I shoot outdoor,although I reduced the EV.


yes remove " // "

find the property CALC_ISO_SPEED=

settings ISO here:

// Register 0x302A | ISO Speeds
//-----------------+------------------------
// R0 < 20 | R_E < ISO40
// 20 <= R0 < 32 | ISO40 <= R_E < ISO65
// 32 <= R0 < 64 | ISO65 <= R_E < ISO131
// 64 <= R0 < 127 | ISO131 <= R_E < ISO260
// 127 <= R0 | R_E = ISO260

// Register 0x302A | ISO Speeds
//-----------------+------------------------
// R0 < 14 | R_E < ISO52
// 14 <= R0 < 20 | ISO52 <= R_E < ISO75
// 20 <= R0 < 32 | ISO75 <= R_E < ISO120
// 32 <= R0 < 64 | ISO120 <= R_E < ISO233
// 64 <= R0 < 127 | ISO233 <= R_E < ISO400
// 127 <= R0 | R_E = ISO400




Posted by MrHieu
can I paste the part
"cam_vf_clock_freq=9,55F0;
cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8;"
into the original camdrive0.dat for increasing only the FPS of video ? Does it damage my camera sensor ?

Posted by geokilla
Hey brazuka! Haven't seen you over there in a while.

Anyways, great cam drivers. However I have a quesiton. For the G705, which cam driver would you recommend for good picture taking and good videos? I need the videos to be taken at a good resolution with at least 20FPS, preferably the higher the better. I noticed that it says

Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS
if don´t know, not touch anything below

so I didn't touch anything in the camdriver.

Posted by brazzuka's

On 2009-03-27 15:12:44, brazuka wrote:

@MrHieu
my W890i.
hey Brazuka, what did u mean " Try to change the ISO and see the results" ? on my W890i i just can adjust the EV setting ( left and right key, landscape mode). How can I change the ISO on the phone? Or editting the file camdrive0.dat ?
Open it on the text editor, i saw you had something like "Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS", but how ?
The images are still more noisy and blurer than the original camdrive, except for better color. It also losts detail. I wish you could complete it soon.


Yes, inside of camdriver0.dat... open camdriver0.dat and change edit if necessary function FPS video recording

Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS
if don´t know, not touch anything below


//----------------------Settings for Video FPS Only Video!!!
//----------------------for 15fps to 23fps
//Photos:stable
//Video:stable
//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,4E20; // Clock #9 on, frequency 20MHz for video recording 15fps to 23fps
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz for video recording 15fps to 23fps
//----------------------for 15fps to 26fps
//Photos:stable
//Video:stable
//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,55F0; // Clock #9 on, frequency 22MHz stable fix for video recording 15fps to 26fps
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz stable fix for video recording 15fps to 26fps
//----------------------for 25fps to 30fps
//Photos:unstable
//Video:stable
//cam_vf_clock_freq=9,6590; // Clock #9 on, frequency 26MHz for video recording 25fps to 30fps
//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz for video recording 25fps to 30fps
//----------------------Settings for Video FPS Only Video!!!





@ geokilla
Hey brazuka! Haven't seen you over there in a while.

Anyways, great cam drivers. However I have a quesiton. For the G705, which cam driver would you recommend for good picture taking and good videos? I need the videos to be taken at a good resolution with at least 20FPS, preferably the higher the better. I noticed that it says

Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS
if don´t know, not touch anything below

so I didn't touch anything in the camdriver.


you choose the driver that adapt more to your taste
Note:Video Recording two resolutions
Good pics!


Posted by amit_talkin
I have questions,
can I use crossplatform drivers? i mean w760 drivers for my w705? or c705 driver for w705?

Posted by geokilla




@ geokilla
Hey brazuka! Haven't seen you over there in a while.

Anyways, great cam drivers. However I have a quesiton. For the G705, which cam driver would you recommend for good picture taking and good videos? I need the videos to be taken at a good resolution with at least 20FPS, preferably the higher the better. I noticed that it says

Modders and Users if necessary change the values for Video Recording FPS
if don´t know, not touch anything below

so I didn't touch anything in the camdriver.


you choose the driver that adapt more to your taste
Note:Video Recording two resolutions
Good pics!



So....which one would that be? lol. I just want a camdriver that's as normal as the eye can see. Also does the ISO change automatically?

As for video recording, is there a way to get it to be at a constant above 20fps while using 352X288 resolution? Or is the normal resolution better? Reason I'm asking instead of trying is because I don't want to kill the camera. I need a balance of good videos and photos.

Edit: So after thinking and looking at the .dat file a bit more, I just have to add the
Code:
 //cam_vf_clock_freq=9,55F0;  // Clock #9 on, frequency 22MHz stable fix for video recording 15fps to 26fps

//cam_ss_clock_freq=9,32C8; // Clock #9 on, frequency 13MHz stable fix for video recording 15fps to 26fps
[/code]
into the Master Clock right? Or is it something else....

Majestic photos



Standard photos


[ This Message was edited by: geokilla on 2009-04-02 00:05 ]


Posted by MrHieu

@ geokilla
yep, that's what i've been confused. I'm afraid my cam will be killed @-) Waiting for Brazuka's answer ...
[ This Message was edited by: MrHieu on 2009-04-11 15:26 ]


Posted by pakraider
nice work, the stock driver gives really bad color temperature and saturation but it looks warmer and better with these.

only two things... can you please get rid of the horrible noise reduction that SE put in these drivers, and also a possible fix of the overexposure problem?

Posted by APR
Hey geokilla, is that a Honda Civic in that pic?

Posted by Spades1
How can i install this driver on my W980?

Sorry, but i am a newbie at this issues

Posted by aiptek
to be deleted please

Posted by Spades1

On 2009-05-01 17:59:08, Spades1 wrote:
How can i install this driver on my W980?

Sorry, but i am a newbie at this issues


Bump!

Posted by Junz
http://www.esato.com/board/viewtopic.php?topic=181678
ifs/settings/camera

Posted by alexslane
hi there sorry to bother you , just wondering are these camera drivers available for the c702?

i know brazukka has done alot with the k800 and the camera pics where awesome ,
all the best
alex slane


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