Arducam Pivariety is a Raspberry Pi camera solution to take the advantage of using its hardware ISP functions. Using Arducam Pivariety camera modules, users can get better performance and a wider variety of camera, lens options. For a long time, Raspberry Pi users are limited to use the closed-source official supported camera driver and camera modules (V1/V2/HQ). Now Arducam made it possible to provide well-tuned ISP for Pivariety camera modules with Auto Exposure, Auto White Balance, Lens Shading Correction, etc.
Arducam Pivariety Synchronized Stereo Camera is capable of running two 8MP IMX219 Camera Modules with Fisheye Lens simultaneously through a single MIPI CSI-2 camera slot connection on Raspberry Pi. The stereo camera HAT is enabled by ArduChip to disguise the dual-camera connection as a single camera to be accepted by the single-board computers.
Note: 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]
|Image Sensor||8MP IMX219|
|Lens Spec||Default Mount: M12|
Focal length: 0.76mm
FOV: 220° (H)
|IR Sensitivity||Integral IR filter, visible light only|
|Minimum Frame Rate||1600×[email protected]|
|Sensor Output Format||RAW10|
|ISP Output Format||The output image format of JPG, YUV420, RAW, DNG|
The output video format of MJPEG, H.264
|Interface Type||2-Lane MIPI|
|Camera Board Size||25mm*24mm|
|Camarray HAT Board Size||56mm*65mm|
Connect Camarray HAT to Raspberry Pi
Connect Camera to Camarray HAT
After hardware setup, you probably can’t wait to access the camera. The following documents may be what you need.