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Front Camera module (PCH-2xxx)
Camera module (PCH-1xxx)
OmniVision OV2B1AG die mark (PCH-1xxx)

Overview[edit | edit source]

There is a similar camera on the front and back side of the PS Vita with a maximun resolution of 640x480 (VGA): although the OLED screen will display a clear picture (indicating a nice camera), once you click the button, the compared saved pictures are a little blurry

not to be mistaken with the none related Screenshot software utility (resolution: 960x544)

Augmented reality types of applications can use one of the two supported modes of 120fps at 320x240 resolution, or 60fps at 640x480 resolution. The following is a breakdown of the max camera resolutions in either mode.

The image sensor is an OmniVision OV7738 (die mark OV2B1AG).

Portable device Built in camera Photo mode Video mode
PCH-1xxx 1.3 megapixel 640x480 640x480(60fps)
PCH-2xxx 1.3 megapixel 640x480 640x480(60fps)
PSVita TV na na na

Augmented Reality (AR) Cards[edit | edit source]

Cards contain 3x3 pattern, contrary to Pokedex which uses 4x4

Games with AR[edit | edit source]

  • Cliff Diving (Free)
  • Fireworks (Free)
  • Table Soccer / Table Football (Free)
  • Table Mini Golf ($1.99)
  • Table Top Tanks ($1.99)
  • Table Ice Hockey ($1.99)
  • PulzAR ($1.99)
  • Pocket War
  • Reality Fighters

  • Assassin's Creed III: Liberation (feat.)
  • Hot Shots Golf (feat.)
  • Invizimals: The Alliance (feat.)
  • Little Big Planet (feat. )
  • Little Deviants (feat.)
  • Tearaway (feat. video )
  • Power smash 4 vita / Virtua Tennis 4 (feat. picture )
  • Welcome Park (feat. picture )


  • Eye of Judgment
  • Invizimals

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