25 This compression requires considerably higher computing power.
Expeed 5A edit The expeed 5A image-processing engine is first seen in the Nikon 1 J5, which was announced April 2, 2015.
Diag raw hack edit This was not a firmware hack, but a method (Photopc digital camera control 60 ) calling an already implemented diagnostic mode on some old Nikon Coolpix cameras with Fujitsu Sparclite processors.It is developed exclusively for Nikon 1 cameras.Used variants are the Fujitsu FR in the Expeed EI-14x series, which changed to mips architecture in the Expeed EI-15x and EI-17x series.9 18 40 Its high speed allows the world's fastest speed (Nikon claim) of 60 frames per second (10 fps with full autofocus ).Variants edit Socionext specifies each Milbeaut generation with different numbers of processors.The Expeed 3 game rong den ve may tinh (ARM) introduced high-speed video ( slow-motion ) in its enhanced.264 HD video engine.It can handle 20MP burst photos at 20 fps with autofocus at each frame, and even 60 fps with autofocus fixed at the first frame, but note that the buffer size is yet unknown and probably very small.45 46 Expeed 4A edit Version 4A is used in the Nikon 1 V3, Nikon 1 J4 and Nikon.
This is different from for example Canons digic : its professional dslrs double the processors of its consumer dslr series.
The professional series uses two or more Hitachi / Renesas H8SX controllers.
The Expeed 2 (variant EI-154) greatly expanded the capabilities by its 1080p.264/mpeg-4 AVC HD video encoder.
Expeed 6 edit Expeed 6A edit The Expeed 6A was introduced with Nikon's DL line of premium compact cameras.
The Expeed is an application-specific integrated circuit (asic) built by Socionext specifically for Nikon designs according to Nikon specifications.
Trackbacks are closed, but you can).A new architecture in the Expeed 3 (ARM) offers a highly increased speed in its image processor (with even two pipelines on the EI-160 its.264 video encoder and is controlled by a dual-core ARM architecture microcontroller replacing the Fujitsu.It is based on an Socionext Milbeaut imaging-processor with 720p Motion jpeg video encoder, DSP and FR-80 (EI-14x versions) core.The Expeed versions designated EI-14x and the Expeed 2 and 3 additionally include a HD video codec engine (FR-V based) and an 16-bit DSP with separate on-chip 4-block Harvard RAM which is usable for example for additional image- and audio-processing.The Expeed EI-15x are controlled by an integrated FR-80/FR-81 core."All-I" has no P- and B-frames similar to Motion jpeg : Frames are separately processed, lowering redundancy detection and compression.Each core uses an eight-way 256-bit very long instruction word (vliw, mimd ) and is organized in a four-unit superscalar pipelined architecture ( Integer (ALU), Floating-point - and two media-processor-units) giving a peak performance of up to 28 instructions per clock cycle and core.Six-channel readout is supported by the EI-149 and EI-154 used on the D90, D5000, D7000 and D5100.I was expecting the expeed 4 to be featured first in the D400, but that's not going to be the case.Marked EI-158, this variant is used by the Nikon D4 and Nikon D800.