16MP NoIR Camera Module for Raspberry Pi and Jetson Nano/Xavier NX
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- No Infrared Filter: perfect for night vision & multispectral applications.
- Fixed-Focus: great for UAVs, robots, etc.
- 16 Megapixel: 2 times higher res, half the cost.
- Sharper Images/videos: Higher quality than the HQ camera.
- V1/V2 Size: hassle-free upgrades to your existing projects.
- Field of View(FOV): 66°(H) x 49.5°(V) x 80°(D)
A NoIR version of the 16MP camera module, with a fixed focus lens.
Without the infrared filter, the IMX519 sensor on this camera is available for applications (night vision/monospectral/multispectral/hyperspectral/etc.) that require the capturing of a much wider spectrum.
We tested this camera with various bandpass filters:
Stills/videos taken under natural daylight will be heavily affected by infrared (see above video), if you don’t need IR sensibility, please get the standard 16MP-AF instead.
|Sensor||Sony IMX519 stacked, back-illuminated sensor 16 megapixels 1.22 µm × 1.22 µm pixel size7.103 mm diagonal (Type 1/2.534)|
|Lens||f/1.75; EFL: 4.28|
|Field of View(FOV)||66°(H) x 49.5°(V) x 80°(D)|
|IR cut Filter||Without IR-cut filter, sensitive to infrared light|
|Video Modes||1080p@30fps, 720p@60fps|
|Linux integration||V4L2 driver available|
|Ribbon Cable Length||150mm|
The lens on 16MP NoIR is fixed focus.
- 16MP NoIR Getting Started
- How to Use 16MP IMX519 Camera Module on Raspberry Pi
- 3D Drawing
- 16MP Common Issues & Fixes
- Using Autofocus Camera On OctoPrint (temp method)
- 1 x Arducam 16MP NoIR Camera Module
- 2 x FPC Cables (15cm 15-22pin & 22-22pin)
**Get the camera enclosure here.