This Arducam 12MP Synchronized Stereo Camera Bundle Kit is capable of running two 12MP IMX477 Camera Modules simultaneously through a single MIPI CSI-2 camera slot connection on Raspberry Pi. It consists of two 12MP High Quality IMX477 camera module and an Arducam stereo camera HAT. The stereo camera HAT is enabled by ArduChip to disguise the dual-camera connection as a single camera to be accepted by the RPi. You can use this bundle to build your stereo camera system for depth-related vision applications or upgrade your IMX219 stereo setup.
2 x 12.3MP IMX477 color camera module mounted with CS lens
1 x Arducam Camarray Stereo Camera HAT
2 x 150mm/6inch 22pin to 22pin camera cables
1 x 80mm/3.15inch 22pin to 22pin camera cable for Pi Zero
1 x 73mm/2.87inch 15pin to 22pin camera cable
4 x M2.5*10mm Nylon Hex Standoffs
4 x M2.5 Nylon Nuts
4 x M2.5*6mm Nylon Screws
Raspberry Pi board is not included in the package
A single camera module in the bundle kit does NOT work alone with the Raspberry Pi, the Camarray HAT is required. The camera bundle kit is compressed with half spelling (To ensure the same resolution after compositing, the resolution of each camera is compressed in the horizontal direction by half, but the field of view remains the same), which is different from the full spelling. It can use the official ISP, AWB, AE and other functions, the image effect is better.
This camera module supports the latest Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye (Jan 28th, 2022 and later) and libcamera apps, for the previous Raspberry Pi OS (Legacy) users, contact us at [email protected].
The Camarray HAT is not sold alone for the following reasons:
Most of the cameras on the market are not designed for synched stereo uses. We’ve modified our camera modules specifically for the Camarry HAT. Your own V1, V2 or HQ camera modules won’t directly work with it.
The Camarray HAT requires different firmware for different Image sensors that are not natively working with your embedded systems. Your own OV9281 and OV7251 camera modules won’t directly work with it, and they are not easily interchangeable.
Customization is required if you have extra requirements as the following:
You need the camera module to run on other Video Modes and Frame Rates.
You need to trigger the camera with an External Hardware trigger.