Abstract

This paper proposes a fundamental improvement of existing image-stabilizing systems by using nondestructive-readout technology in a photodetector array. It is shown that the use of the proposed approach makes it possible to avoid losses of part of the image field by comparison with a stabilization system that uses supplementary photodetectors for the measurements. The proposed approach can be used to create promising compact video cameras with image stabilization that allows for displacement, rotation, and scale changes of the image.

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