This paper analyzes the effects due to the angular motion of a small-sized imaging system equipped with an optical image stabilizer (OIS) on image quality. Accurate lens moving distances for the OIS required to compensate the ray distortion induced by the angular motion are determined. To calculate the associated modulation transfer function, the integrated and the compensated point spread functions are defined. Finally, the deterioration of the image resolution due to angular motion and the restorative performance of the OIS are analyzed by isolating seven types of angular motion.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics