A 16MP autofocus high-resolution camera board that takes what Raspberry Pi V1, V2, and HQ have to oﬀer, and excels in every single aspect.
It takes zero compromises in specs. With a resolution of 16 megapixels (compared to 8MP and 12MP), an autofocus lens, a V2-like form factor, and boatloads of improvements, the camera provide a better choice for a whole world of industrial/consumer/etc. applications, it’s compatible with any existing Pi models, work with the latest software from the foundation, and leverages the same tuning algorithms used in the oﬃcial camera modules.
Currently, NVIDIA official has released the NVIDIA Jetson Orin series developer board. Based on it, we have also adapted the camera into NVIDIA Jetson Orin kernel.
More about our 16MP-AF camera series >
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The Birth Story
Reviews from Jeff Geerling, Raspberry Pi foundation, Tom’s Hardware, etc. >
Resolution & Frame Rate on Jetson: 4656×[email protected], 3840×[email protected], 1920×[email protected], 1280×[email protected]
Resolution & Frame Rate on NVIDIA Orin NX: 4656×[email protected], 3840×[email protected], 1920×[email protected], 1280×[email protected]
Extension Solution for IMX519 Camera
At present, we have made many solutions for the Arducam IMX519 camera, including the camera extension solution. The Camera Extension Solution for IMX519 camera mainly includes: Ethernet Cable Extension, CSI-HDMI Extension Cable, MIPI FPC Cable extension and Sensor Extension Cable solution, please refer to our official document for details:
Arducam Camera Extension Solution for Raspberry Pi Cameras
- 16MP-AF Product Brief
- PDF-16MP AF Camera Getting Started on Raspberry Pi
- 16MP-AF Getting Started on Raspberry Pi
- 16MP-AF Getting Started on Jetson
- 3D Drawing
- 16MP-AF Common Issues & Fixes
- Using Autofocus Camera On OctoPrint (temp method)
- How to use the camera on NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX/AGX Orin
- 1 x Arducam 16MP-AF Camera Module
- 1 x FPC Cable (15cm)
*To use the camera on Pi Zero and 2 W, you need this.
**Get the camera enclosure here.