TWI386756B - Image sensor support - Google Patents

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TWI386756B
TWI386756B TW97150965A TW97150965A TWI386756B TW I386756 B TWI386756 B TW I386756B TW 97150965 A TW97150965 A TW 97150965A TW 97150965 A TW97150965 A TW 97150965A TW I386756 B TWI386756 B TW I386756B
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Image sensor bracket

The present invention relates to an image sensor bracket, and more particularly to an image sensor bracket for use in an imaging device.

The image sensor is a core component that is indispensable in the imaging device. It converts the optical signal incident on its surface into an electrical signal to facilitate image storage and processing. Because the area of the sensing area on the image sensor is limited, when the image sensor is shaken, it is easy to cause ghosting and distortion of the image formed on the sensing area. The prior image sensor is generally disposed on a movable bracket, and the bracket is provided with a moving structure that can move the image sensors in two mutually perpendicular directions in the same plane, by controlling The movement of the moving structure on the bracket compensates for the positional shift of the image sensor due to jitter. However, the prior bracket includes two moving seats that are respectively moved in two mutually perpendicular directions, and the two moving seats are driven by the driving arms fixed thereon, the structure causing the two moving seats to be When two moving in two mutually perpendicular directions, interference is likely to occur, which results in a large error in driving the image sensor for offset compensation, and the compensation accuracy is low, and a satisfactory compensation effect cannot be achieved.

In view of this, it is necessary to provide an image sensor bracket with small motion interference and high motion compensation accuracy.

An image sensor bracket includes: a base, a pair of first parallel guides, a first movable seat, a pair of second parallel guides, a first A moving seat, a first resetting device, a second resetting device, a first driving device, a second driving device and a driving arm. The pair of first parallel guides are mounted to the base and extend in a first direction. The first moving seat is supported on the base by the pair of first parallel guides and is movable in the first direction. The pair of second parallel guides are mounted to the first movable seat and extend in a second direction perpendicular to the first direction. The second moving seat is supported by the pair of second parallel guides on the first moving seat and movable in the second direction. The first reset device resets the first moving seat in the first direction. The second reset device resets the second moving seat in the second direction. The first driving device resists the restoring force of the first reset device and drives the first moving seat in the first direction. The second driving device resists the restoring force of the second reset device and drives the second moving seat in the second direction. The driving arm is rotatably disposed on the base, one end of the driving arm abuts the first moving seat, and the driving arm drives the first moving seat along the first direction under the driving of the first driving device mobile.

The image sensor bracket of the present invention drives the first movable seat by separately rotating the driving arm on the base, thereby reducing the influence of the driving arm on the position of the first moving seat, thereby improving the image. Compensation accuracy of the sensor bracket.

Referring to FIG. 1 to FIG. 6 , an image sensor bracket 100 according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention includes a base 110 , a first moving base 120 , a second moving base 130 , and a first driving device 140 . a second driving device 150, a driving arm 160, a pair of first parallel guiding rods 182, 184, a pair of second parallel guides 186, 188, a first reset device 190a and a second reset device 190b.

The pair of first parallel guides 182, 184 are mounted to the base 110 and extend in a first direction Y. The first moving base 120 is supported on the base 110 by the first parallel guides 182, 184 and is movable in the first direction Y. The pair of second parallel guides 186, 188 are mounted to the first movable seat 120 and extend in a second direction X that is perpendicular to the first direction Y. The second moving base 130 is supported by the pair of second parallel guiding rods 186, 188 on the first moving base 120 and is movable in the second direction X. The first resetting device 190a resets the first moving base 120 along the first direction Y. The second reset device 190b resets the second movable seat along the second direction X. The first driving device 140 resists the restoring force of the first reset device 190a and drives the first moving base 120 along the first direction Y. The second driving device 150 resists the restoring force of the second reset device 190b and drives the second moving base 130 along the second direction X. The driving arm 160 is rotatably disposed on the base 110. One end of the driving arm 160 abuts the first moving base 120, and the driving arm 160 drives the first movement under the driving of the first driving device 140. The seat 120 moves in the first direction Y.

The base 110 includes a first surface 1122a and an opposite second surface 1122b. The base 110 has two opposite first and second support seats 1124a and 1124b and a driving device fixing portion 114 protruding from the first surface 1122a in parallel with the second direction X. The first support base 1124a includes two lugs 1124c, 1124d that are spaced apart from each other. The first support base 1124a defines a through hole 1125a extending through the two lugs 1124c, 1124d. The through hole 1125a has an axial direction along the first direction Y. The first The second supporting base 1124b defines a through hole 1125b. The first parallel guiding rod 184 is fixedly mounted on the base 110 by the first parallel guiding rod 184. The first parallel guiding rod 182 is disposed in the through hole 1125b. It is fixedly mounted on the base 110. The first and second driving devices 140, 150 are mounted to the driving device fixing portion 114. In the present embodiment, the first reset device 190a and the second reset device 190b are both springs.

The pedestal 110 further defines a sliding cavity 1122c extending through the first surface 1122a and the second surface 1122b for receiving the first moving base 120. The second support 1124b protrudes from the first direction Y by a first hook 1125c. The base 110 defines a driving arm receiving groove 1126a for accommodating the driving arm 160 and a transmission arm receiving groove 1126b on the second surface 1122b corresponding to the second supporting base 1124b. A rotating shaft 1128 is disposed at a bottom of the driving arm receiving groove 1126a for pivotally connecting the driving arm 160 so that the driving arm 160 is rotatably disposed on the base 110 in the driving arm receiving groove 1126a.

The driving device fixing portion 114 includes an inner side plate 1142, an outer side plate 1144, a top plate 1146 connecting the inner side plate 1142 and the outer side plate 1144, and a plurality of connecting the inner side plate 1142, the outer side plate 1144 and the top plate 1146. Separator 1148. The driving device fixing portion 114 is vertically protruded from the base 110 by the inner side plate 1142. The outer surface of the top plate 1146 of the driving device fixing portion 114 is flush with the first surface 1122a. A first slot 1146a communicating with the driving arm receiving groove 1126a and a second slot 1146b communicating with the arm receiving groove 1126b are formed in the top plate 1146 of the driving device fixing portion 114. The first slot 1146a and the second slot 1146b both extend through the top plate 1146 of the driving device fixing portion 114. In the office The inner side plate 1142 of the driving device fixing portion 114 defines a first notch 1142a for communicating the first slot 1146a and the driving arm receiving slot 1126a, and is configured to communicate with the second slot 1146b and the transmission arm. The second gap 1142b of the slot 1126b. The two partitions 1148, 1149 and the inner side plate 1142, the outer side plate 1144 and the top plate 1146 of the driving device fixing portion 114 respectively constitute a first accommodating area 1143 and a second accommodating area 1145. A first guiding groove 1149a (refer to FIG. 4) is opened in the first direction Y on the partition 1149 surrounding the first receiving area 1143, and a second is opened in the second direction X in the outer side plate 1144. Guide groove 1144a. The first accommodating area 1143 is in communication with the driving arm receiving groove 1146a for accommodating the first driving device 140 and the driving arm 160. The second accommodating area 1145 and the transmission arm receiving groove 1146b communicate with each other to accommodate the second driving device 150.

The first moving base 120 is a hollow frame structure, and includes a plurality of first frame edges 122 that are sequentially connected substantially vertically. The plurality of first frame edges 122 surround a first empty window 123. The first empty window 123 is formed. The sensing surface (not shown) of the image sensor disposed on the image sensor holder 100 is exposed. Each of the first frame edges 122 includes a top surface 122a, a bottom surface 122c, and an outer side surface 122b connecting the top surface 122a and the bottom surface 122c. Two first support blocks 124 are symmetrically disposed on the top surfaces 122a of the two ends of the first frame side 122, respectively, and the first one opposite to the first frame side 122 on which the first support block 124 is formed. A first sliding block 127 is formed on the outer side surface 122b of the frame edge 122. The first and second guiding blocks 124 and 127 are respectively provided with a set of first guiding holes 124a and 127a along the first direction Y. . The first parallel guiding rod 182 passes through the through hole 1125b The first guiding hole 124a and the first parallel guiding rod 184 pass through the through hole 1125a. The first sliding block 127 is slidably mounted on the first parallel guiding rod 184 by the first guiding hole 127a. The first moving base 120 is thus supported by the pair of first parallel guides 182, 184 on the base 110 and is movable in the first direction Y.

On the outer side surface 122b of the first frame side 122 on which the first support block 124 is formed, a protrusion corresponding to the first hook 1124c and spaced apart from the first hook 1124c is disposed perpendicular to the first direction Y. The second hook 125 is fixed on the first hook 1124c and the second hook 125 to fix the first moving base 120 relative to the base 110 along the first direction Y. Reset. A resisting block 126 is protruded from the bottom surface 122c of the first frame side 122 on which the first hook 125 is formed, perpendicular to the first direction Y for abutting against the driving arm 160, and in the driving The movement of the arm 160 causes the first moving base 120 to move relative to the base 110.

A first support block 128 and a third support block 129 are respectively formed on the two ends of the bottom surface 122c of the first frame side 122 of the first support block 124, and a first support block 128 and a third support block 129 are formed respectively. A fourth support block 1282 corresponding to the second support block 128 is formed on the bottom surface 122c of the adjacent two first frame sides 122 of the first frame edge 122 of the block 124, and a second support block The fifth support block 1292 corresponding to the third support block 129 is described. The first moving base 120 is respectively opened on the second supporting block 128 and the corresponding fourth supporting block 1282, and on the third supporting block 129 and the corresponding fifth supporting block 1292 respectively in the second direction X. The second guiding holes 128a and 129a are set. a second parallel guiding rod 186 is disposed in the second guiding hole 128a, a second parallel guiding rod 188 is disposed in the second guiding hole 129a.

The first moving base 120 protrudes a third card perpendicular to the second direction X on the outer side surface 122b of the other first frame side 122 adjacent to the first frame side 122 on which the second hook 125 is formed. Hook 125a, and the third hook 125a is adjacent to the second hook 125.

The drive arm 160 is separately disposed on the base 11. The driving arm 160 is substantially V-shaped, and includes a resisting end 162 abutting against the resisting block 126 and a driving end 164 driven by the first driving device 140, and between the resisting end 162 and the driving end 164 A shaft hole 162d is defined. The driving arm 160 is rotatably disposed on the rotating shaft 1128 at the bottom of the first sliding groove 1126a of the base 110 by the shaft hole 162d. The resisting end 162 protrudes in the first direction Y by a dial 162e for resisting the resisting block 126. The driving end 164 is substantially zig-shaped and includes a first connecting arm 164c for connecting the resisting end 162, a movable arm 164b and a second vertically connected to the first connecting arm 164c and the movable arm 164b. A connecting arm 164a is provided, and one side of the movable arm 164b is provided with an arcuate flange 166. The movable arm 164b is received in the first receiving area 1143 of the base 110 through the first slot 1146a.

The second mobile seat 130 includes a transmission base 130a and an image sensor support seat 130b fixed to the transmission base 130a for supporting the image sensor. The image sensor support 130b is a frame structure similar to the first mobile base 120 for accommodating the image sensor. The image sensor support 130b includes a plurality of second frame edges 132 that are vertically connected in series, wherein each of the second frame edges 132 includes an outer sidewall 132a. A sliding arm 134 is disposed on the outer side wall 132a of the second frame 132 of the image sensor support 130b corresponding to the first parallel guiding rod 186 of the first moving seat 120. The arm 134 includes two support arms 134a that are corresponding to each other and spaced apart from each other, and a transverse plate 134c that is coupled between the two support arms 134a. A second slider 136 corresponding to the second parallel guide 188 of the first moving base 120 is disposed on the other second frame 132 of the image sensor support 130b. The second movable seat 130 is along the first The second direction X defines a set of third guiding holes 134d and 136a in the support arm 134a and the second slider 136, respectively. The second parallel guiding rod 186 passes through the third guiding hole 134d and the second guiding hole 128a, and the second sliding block 136 is slidably engaged on the second parallel guiding rod 188 by the third guiding hole 136a, thereby The second moving seat 130 is supported by the pair of second parallel guiding rods 186, 188 on the first moving base 120 and movable in the second direction X.

The second moving base 130 protrudes from the horizontal plate 134c in a direction perpendicular to the second direction X, corresponding to the third hook 125a on the first moving base 120 and spaced apart from the third hook 125a by a certain distance. Four hooks 133, the two ends of the second resetting device 190b are respectively fixed on the third hooks 125a of the first moving base 120 and the fourth hooks 133 of the second moving base 130, along the second The direction X resets the second moving base 130 relative to the first moving base 110.

The transmission seat 130b protrudes from the second direction X by a transmission arm 170. The transmission arm 170 protrudes from a U-shaped end 176 perpendicular to the second direction X. The U-shaped end 176 is provided with an opening 176a. The transmission arm 170 is received in the transmission arm receiving groove 1126b, and a side of the transmission arm 170 and a side wall of the transmission arm receiving groove 1126b opposite to the side edge are at a predetermined distance along the first direction Y. The U-shaped end 176 is received in the second slot 1146b.

The first driving device 140 includes a first motor 142 by the first horse a first gear set 144 of the 142 drive, a first screw 145 extending along the first direction Y and driven by the first gear set 144, and a first stop 146, the first stop 146 and the first A wire rod 145 is threaded and moved by the first wire rod 145 to move in the first direction Y. The first stopper 146 protrudes from a first block 146a perpendicular to the first direction Y. The first gear set 144, the first screw 145 and the first stop 146 are received in the first accommodating area 1143 of the driving device fixing portion 114, so that the first block 146a is movably received in the first Guide groove 1149a, the first stop 146 abuts the arcuate flange 166 of the drive end 164.

The second drive unit 150 includes a second motor 152, a second gear set 154 driven by the second motor 152, a second lead screw 155 extending in the second direction X and driven by the second gear set. And a second stopper 156, the second stopper 156 is screwed with the second screw 155 and driven by the second screw 155 to move along the second direction X. The second block 156 protrudes from a second block 156a perpendicular to the second direction X. The second gear set 154, the second lead screw 155 and the second stop 156 are received in the second accommodating area 1145 of the driving device fixing portion 114. Therefore, the second blocking block 156a is movably received in the second guiding portion. The slot 1144a, the second lead screw 155 is disposed through the opening 176a of the U-shaped end 176 of the transmission arm 170, and the distance between the sidewall of the opening 176a and the outer circumference of the second lead screw 155 in the first direction Y is not less than Scheduled distance.

Referring to FIG. 5 and FIG. 6 , when the image sensor bracket 100 is used, an image sensor 200 is disposed on the image sensor support 130 b of the second moving base 130 . The first driving device of the image sensor bracket 100 when the image sensor 200 is shaken and needs position compensation The first driving unit 120 and the second moving unit 130 are respectively moved to move along the first direction Y and the second direction X to compensate the image sensor 200. When the first driving device 140 is in operation, the first motor 142 of the first driving device 140 drives the first gear set 144 to rotate, thereby driving the first screw 145 to rotate, because the first screw 145 and the first screw A stopper 146 is screwed and the first block 146a is restricted to move only along the first guiding groove 1149a, so that the first stopper 146 is driven by the first screw 145 to move along the first direction Y (hereinafter referred to as The positive direction movement of the first direction Y, that is, the upward direction in Fig. 5, and pushes the driving arm 160 to rotate counterclockwise about the rotating shaft 1128 on the base 110 (refer to Fig. 5). The driving arm 160 drives the first moving base 120 by the resisting block 126 and drives the second moving base 130 to move in the negative direction of the first direction Y by the first moving base 120. The first predetermined distance exists in the first direction Y due to the side of the transmission arm 170 and the side wall of the transmission arm receiving groove 1126b, and the side wall of the opening 176a and the outer circumference of the second screw 155, and the first predetermined distance is a second movement. The design distance of the seat 1309 moves along the first direction Y, so the first moving base 120 can drive the second moving base 130 to move along the first direction Y. At this time, the first reset device 190a is stretched to generate a restoring force. When the first motor 142 is reversed, the first stop 146 moves in the negative direction of the first direction Y. Due to the resetting force of the first resetting device 190a, the first moving base 120 will be positive along the first direction Y. In the directional movement, the driving arm 160 rotates clockwise about the rotating shaft 1128 (refer to FIG. 5) so that the driving end 164 always abuts against the first stopper 146.

When the second driving device 150 is in operation, the second motor 152 of the second driving device 150 drives the second gear set 154 to rotate, thereby driving the second screw 155 rotates, because the second screw 155 is screwed with the second stopper 156 and the second block 156a is restricted to move only along the first guiding groove 1144a, the second stopper 156 is driven by the second screw 155 Moving along the second direction X (hereinafter, moving in the negative direction of the second direction X, that is, in the leftward direction in FIG. 5), the U-shaped end 176 of the transmission arm 170 abuts against the second stopper 156. And moving as the second stopper 156 moves in the negative direction of the second direction X, and therefore, the second movable seat 130 is driven to move in the negative direction of the second direction X. At this time, the second reset device 190b is stretched in the negative direction of the second direction X to generate a restoring force. When the second motor is reversed, the second stopper 156 moves in the positive direction of the second direction X, and the second movable seat is reset in the positive direction of the second direction X due to the resetting force of the second resetting device 190b. The U-shaped end 176 is always in contact with the second stop 156. In summary, the image sensor 200 can be moved along the first direction Y and the second direction X by the first moving base 120 and the second moving seat to compensate for image blurring caused by the shaking.

The image sensor holder 100 of the present invention drives the first moving base 120 by separately rotating the driving arm 160 on the base 110, thereby reducing the influence of the driving arm 160 on the position of the first moving base 120, and further The compensation accuracy of the image sensor holder 100 is improved. In addition, the rotationally disposed drive arm 160 enables the torque of the first drive unit 140 to be more efficiently transmitted to the first mobile mount 120.

In summary, the present invention complies with the requirements of the invention patent and submits a patent application according to law. However, the above description is only the preferred embodiment of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and equivalent modifications or variations made by those skilled in the art in light of the spirit of the present invention are It should be covered by the following patent application.

100‧‧‧Image sensor bracket

110‧‧‧Base

120‧‧‧First mobile seat

130‧‧‧Second mobile seat

140‧‧‧First drive

150‧‧‧Second drive

160‧‧‧ drive arm

182, 184‧‧‧ first parallel guide

186, 188‧‧‧ second parallel guide

190a‧‧‧First reset device

190b‧‧‧Second reset device

1122a‧‧‧ first surface

1122b‧‧‧ second surface

1124a‧‧‧First support

1124b‧‧‧second support

114‧‧‧Drive fixing section

1124c, 1124d‧‧‧ lugs

1125a, 1125b‧‧‧through hole

1122c‧‧‧Sliding cavity

1125c‧‧‧ first card hook

1126a‧‧‧Drive arm storage slot

1126b‧‧‧Transmission arm storage slot

1128‧‧‧ shaft

1142‧‧‧ inside panel

1144‧‧‧Outer board

1146‧‧‧ top board

1146a‧‧‧first slot

1148, 1149‧‧ ‧ partition

1146b‧‧‧Second slotting

1142a‧‧‧ first gap

1142b‧‧‧ second gap

1143‧‧‧First accommodating area

1145‧‧‧Second accommodating area

1149a‧‧‧First guiding slot

1144a‧‧‧Second guiding slot

122‧‧‧ first frame

123‧‧‧The first empty window

122a‧‧‧Top

122b‧‧‧Outside

122c‧‧‧ bottom

124‧‧‧First support block

127‧‧‧First slider

125‧‧‧Second card

124a, 127a‧‧‧ first guide hole

126‧‧‧Resistance block

128‧‧‧second support block

129‧‧‧ third support block

1282‧‧‧fourth support block

1292‧‧‧5th support block

128a, 129a‧‧‧ second guide hole

125a‧‧‧ third card hook

162‧‧‧Resistance

164‧‧‧Driver

162d‧‧‧Axis hole

162e‧‧ ‧ dial

164c‧‧‧First connecting arm

164b‧‧‧Boom

164a‧‧‧second connecting arm

130a‧‧‧drive seat

130b‧‧‧ support

132‧‧‧ second frame

132a‧‧‧Outer side wall

134‧‧‧ sliding arm

134a‧‧‧Support arm

134c‧‧‧ horizontal board

136‧‧‧second slider

134d, 136a‧‧‧ third guide hole

133‧‧‧fourth hook

176‧‧‧U-shaped end

170‧‧‧Transmission arm

142‧‧‧First motor

176a‧‧‧ openings

145‧‧‧first screw

144‧‧‧First gear set

146a‧‧‧first block

146‧‧‧ first stop

154‧‧‧Second gear set

152‧‧‧second motor

156‧‧‧second stop

155‧‧‧Second screw

156a‧‧‧Second block

1 is an exploded perspective view of the image sensor bracket of the present invention; FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the image sensor bracket of FIG. 1; FIG. 3 is a schematic view of the assembly of the image sensor bracket of FIG. Figure 1 is a schematic view showing the assembly of the image sensor holder in Fig. 1; Fig. 5 is a view showing the state of use of the image sensor holder in Fig. 1; Fig. 6 is a view showing the state of use of the other view of the image sensor holder in Fig. 1. .

100‧‧‧Image sensor bracket

110‧‧‧Base

126‧‧‧Resistance block

130‧‧‧Second mobile seat

130a‧‧‧drive seat

132‧‧‧ second frame

188‧‧‧Second parallel guide

164‧‧‧Driver

164a‧‧‧second connecting arm

164b‧‧‧Boom

162e‧‧ ‧ dial

1149‧‧‧Baffle

1149a‧‧‧First guiding slot

166‧‧‧Arc flange

146‧‧ ‧block

176‧‧‧U-shaped end

1126b‧‧‧Transmission arm storage slot

150‧‧‧Second drive

170‧‧‧Transmission arm

1128‧‧‧ shaft

1126a‧‧‧Drive arm storage slot

Claims (10)

  1. An image sensor bracket includes: a base; a pair of first parallel guides mounted to the base and extending in a first direction; a first movable seat, the first of the pair a parallel guide rod supported on the base and movable in the first direction; a pair of second parallel guides mounted to the first movable seat and in a second direction perpendicular to the first direction a direction extending; a second moving seat supported by the pair of second parallel guides on the first movable seat and movable in the second direction; a first resetting device that is reset along the first direction a first moving seat; a second resetting device that resets the second moving seat in the second direction; a first driving device that resists a restoring force of the first resetting device and drives the first direction a moving seat; and a second driving device that resists the resetting force of the second resetting device and drives the second moving base in the second direction, the improvement is that the image sensor bracket further includes a driving arm, The drive arm is rotatably disposed on the base One end of the driving arm resisting movement of the first seat, and the driving arm pushing movement of the first seat in the first direction at a first driving means for driving the movement.
  2. The image sensor holder of claim 1, wherein the base comprises a first surface and an opposite second surface, the base being sequentially convex on the first surface in parallel with the second direction Providing two opposite first and second support bases and a driving device fixing portion, each supporting seat opening at least one through a hole, the axial direction of the at least one through hole is along the first direction, the pair of first parallel guides are disposed on the base by the at least one through hole, and the first and second driving devices are Mounted to the drive unit fixing portion.
  3. The image sensor holder of claim 2, wherein the base defines a driving arm receiving groove for receiving the driving arm on the second surface, and the driving arm is received in the driving arm The slot is rotatably disposed on the base.
  4. The image sensor bracket of claim 1, wherein the first moving base comprises a set of first guiding holes opened in the first direction and a second guiding group opened in the second direction a second moving base includes a set of third guiding holes extending along the second direction, the pair of first parallel guiding rods passing through the first guiding holes to support the first moving base on the base The pair of second parallel guides pass through the second guide hole and the third guide hole to support the second movable seat on the first movable seat.
  5. The image sensor bracket of claim 1, wherein the base protrudes from the first direction with a first hook, and the first movable seat protrudes perpendicular to the first direction. a second hook and a third hook protruding perpendicular to the second direction, wherein the second moving seat protrudes from the second direction with a fourth hook, and the two ends of the first reset device respectively Fixed on the first hook and the second hook, the two ends of the second reset device are respectively fixed on the third hook and the fourth hook.
  6. The image sensor bracket of claim 1, wherein the first moving seat protrudes from the first direction with a resisting block, and the driving arm includes abutting against the resisting block. a holding end and a driving end driven by the first driving device, and a shaft hole is formed between the abutting end and the driving end.
  7. The image sensor bracket of claim 6, wherein the image sensor bracket The first driving device includes a first motor, a first gear set driven by the first motor, a first lead screw extending along the first direction and driven by the first gear set, and a first stop, The first stopper is screwed into the first screw and driven by the first screw to move in the first direction, and the first stopper abuts the driving end.
  8. The image sensor bracket of claim 1, wherein the second movable base comprises a transmission base and an image sensor support seat fixed on the transmission base and supporting the image sensor, A transmission arm protrudes from the transmission seat along the second direction, and the transmission arm protrudes from a U-shaped end perpendicular to the second direction.
  9. The image sensor holder of claim 8, wherein the second driving device comprises a second motor, a second gear set driven by the second motor, one extending in the second direction and a second screw rod and a second stopper driven by the second gear set, the second stopper being screwed with the second screw rod and driven by the second screw rod to move in the second direction.
  10. The image sensor bracket of claim 1, wherein the first reset device and the second reset device are both springs.
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