No less than the Raspberry Pi official camera V2, this camera module is also equipped with a high-definition IMX219 8MP sensor for shooting HD video and still images. It is excellent in image quality, color fidelity, and low light, supports 1080p30, 720p60, and VGA90 video modes, and supports still capture.
For beginners, this is a very easy camera module to get started; for advanced players, this camera module has more knowledge that you should explore and DIY.
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
- Building Drones
- Autonomous Robotic Systems
- Mobile Medical Imaging
- Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA)
- 8MP HD Camera: Designed for Raspberry Pi, based on Sony 8MP IMX219 Sensor.
- Higher quality: Compared with the official Raspberry Pi Camera v1, not only the resolution is improved, but its image quality, color fidelity, and low light performance are all upgraded by leap.
- 1080P High resolution: Supports 3280 × 2464 pixel still images, as well as 1080p30, 720p60, and VGA90 video modes, and still captures.
- Easy to setup: Simply use the 15pin ribbon cable to attach the CSI port on the Raspberry Pi, then make a simple configuration and you are ready to use the camera.
- Easy to use for beginners, and for advanced gamers, it offers more to explore.
- Wide Application: Perfect for time-lapse, slow motion, home security applications, monitoring Octoprint 3D Printer, and wildlife camera trap applications.
|Optical Format||Type 1/4(Diagonal 4.60mm)|
|Active Pixels||3280 (H) × 2464 (V)|
|CSI-2 Data Output||2-lane mode|
|Frame Rates||1080p30, 720p60 and VGA90 video modes|
|Shutter Type||Rolling Shutter|
|Focus Type||Fixed Focus|
|Lens specs||EFL: 3.04mm, F.NO: 2.0|
|FOV(Field of View)||62.2°(H), 48.8°(V)|
|IR Sensitivity||Integral IR Fliter, visible light only|
|Camera Board Size||24mm x 25mm|
- 1pcs Arducam IMX219 Visible Light Fixed Focus Camera Module
- 1pcs 15cm 15pin FPC cable
- 1pcs 15cm 15pin to 22pin FPC cable
- 1pcs 50cm 15pin FPC cable
- Raspberry Pi board is not included in the package
- This camera module supports the latest Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye (released January 28, 2022) and libcamera application and is not available for users of previous Raspberry Pi OS (Legacy).