Raspberry Pi HQ Official Camera - Sony IMX477 12,3 megapíxeles
Impressive, professional, high-definition camera module. Official product of Raspberry Pi.
The official Raspberry Pi HQ Camera includes a 1/3" (8.5mm) Sony IMX477 sensor with 12.3MPx resolution and up to 50% increased sensitivity of pixels per area, offering greater sensitivity to light.
It is specially designed to work with CS or C-mount interchangeable lenses (CS-C adapter included). It allows you to use both fixed and varifocal lenses, and you can also use other lenses such as M12 lenses by using an M12 to CS mount converter.
46,20 tax excl.
This official RPi camera module is the professional and high-quality alternative to the V2 camera module. It is perfect for industrial environments and consumer applications, such as security cameras that require a very high level of fidelity and integration of specialised optics.
This camera is compatible with any model of Raspberry Pi, as it uses the same CSI cable and connector as all other cameras. Although you must remember that the Raspberry Pi Zero has a smaller connector and you will need a special FFC cable. Be sure to use the latest Raspbian OS update to avoid problems.
NOTE: It is possible to remove the IR filter in order to take pictures in low light conditions with the corresponding infrared torches. The procedure is irreversible, do not remove it if you are not completely sure you want to do so. You have the official guide on how to do it here.
- Sony IMX477R stacked sensor, backlit, 12.3 megapixels, 7.9 mm sensor diagonal, 1.55 pixel size μm × 1.55 μm
- Output: RAW12 / 10/8, COMP8
- Lens standards: C-frame, CS-frame (C-CS adapter included)
- Rear focus: Adjustable (12.5 mm-22.4 mm)
- Flat cable length: 200 mm
- IR cut filter: integrated
- Tripod mount: 1/4"-20
The Raspberry Pi camera module is ideal for HD video and photography, as well as slow motion and time-lapse applications.
It can also be used in a variety of quality applications such as wildlife observation, botany or home and work safety.
Connecting the camera module to Pi
The camera is connected via the already typical 15 cm flat cable to the module slots directly on the RPi's camera serial interface port (CSI). Once connected, you can access the camera board via the multimedia abstraction layer (MMAL) or the video for Linux API (V4L). There are also many libraries like Picamera Python that you can find on the net.
Moreover, the module has 4 holes to place the camera as you need, plus a 1/4" threaded hole for use with compatible tripods.
NOTE: This product includes only the camera module, CS-C adapter and 20cm connecting FPC cable, it does not include any lens.
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