The official Pi HQ camera is only available in one model. It doesn't come with a lens and it is also not easy for the users to find a case. To solve these pain points, Arducam released this complete camera bundle, an IMX477 camera board with a 6mm CS lens, a customized metal enclosure, a tripod stand and a set extension adapter.
- DSLR Camera Control
- Remote Viewing Camera
- Time-lapse Machine
- Security System
- Smart Video Doorbell
- Face Recognition
- Instant (Polaroid-Style) Camera, etc.
||Sony 12.3MP IMX477
||1/2.3″ (diagonal 7.857mm)
||4056(H) x 3040(V)
||1.55um x 1.55um
||Max RES 60fps(normal), [email protected], [email protected], Max RES40fps (12bit normal), Max RES 30fps (DOL-HDR, 2 frames)
||2-lane MIPI CSI-2
|Default Lens Mount
|Back Focal Length
|Field of View(FOV)
||Integral 650nm IR fliter, visible light only
|Camera Board Size
||38mm x 38mm
- 1 x complete 12.3MP IMX477 color camera mounted in a metal encolsure
- 1 x 1/2.3 inch 6mm focal length CS-mount lens and
- 1 x HDMI-CSI camera adapter board with 60mm/2.36inch 15 pin camera cable
- 1 x 1m high-speed HDMI cable
- 1 x mini tripod stand
- 1 x 73mm/2.9inch 15 pin to 22 pin camera cable for pi zero&w
- 2 sets M2.5 nylon standoffs, screws and nuts
- Raspberry Pi board is not included in the package
- Our IMX477 camera module support 4-lane in hardware, but the 4-lane camera driver requires extra customization. Here is why:
Standard Raspberry Pi and Jetson Nano/Xavier NX can’t physically support a 4-lane connection (both of them only have 2-lane CSI connectors). Only the Raspberry Pi Compute Module and some 3rd party Jetson Carrier Boards come with 4-lane hardware support. Therefore, it’s not a general need.
Extra works, specifically camera drivers, are required for a 4-lane connection other than the 4-lane physical connector. And the drivers are limited by the performances of the platform itself. For example, 4-lane can’t unlock 4k video on Raspberry Pi because the VideoCore does not currently support it. Jetson Nano is also to some extent limited because of the encoding capabilities. You need to make sure you really need it.
- This camera module supports the latest Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye (released on Jan 28th, 2022) and libcamera apps, for the previous Raspberry Pi OS (Legacy) users, contact us at [email protected]
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