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- ArduCam 64MP Camera & CSI-to-HDMI Adapter Set
- Cable Length: 10 m
- Offers a high-resolution 64MP autofocus camera
- Paired with a CSI-to-HDMI cable extension
- No extra software/configuration is needed
- Highly compatible with most Pi models
The ArduCam 64MP Camera & CSI-to-HDMI Adapter Set offers a high-res 64 MP autofocus camera paired with a CSI-to-HDMI cable extension solution that offers up to 10-meter connection for most Raspberry Pis.
Great for projects/applications where you need to put a camera module far away from an RPi. The CSI-to-HDMI kit works out of the box, no extra software/configuration is needed, it is also compatible with the official camera V1 / V2 / HQ and Arducam OV5647 / IMX219 / IMX477 series.
Note: The Arducam 64MP cameras can only get maximum resolution and video streaming on Pi4 and CM4 platforms. The resolution and video streaming of the camera will be limited on other Raspberry Pi platforms.
- 1x 64MP-AF Camera
- 2x HDMI to CSI Adapter Board with 60 mm 15-Pin Ribbon Cable
- Focus Type: Manual / Auto
- Sensor Resolution: 9152 x 6944
- Focus Ratio (F-Stop): F 1.8
- View Angle: 84° (Diagonal)
- Shutter Type: Rolling
- Output Format: JPEG / YUV / RGB / RAW10
- Color Filter: Quad Bayer Coding
- Supported Platforms (Full Resolution - 64MP): Pi 4B / CM4
- Supported Platforms (Superpixel Resolution - 16 MP): Pi 2 / 3 / CM3 / Zero W / Zero 2W
- Raspberry Pi OS: Bullseye (32-bit / 64-bit)
- Video Mode (on Raspberry Pi): 1080 p30, 720 p60, and 640 x 480 p60/90
- Video Mode (Camera module): 1280 x 720 at 120 fps | 1920 x 1080 at 60 fps | 2312 x 1736 at 30 fps | 3840 x 2160 at 20 fps | 4624 x 3472 at 10 fps | 9152 x 6944 at 2.7 fps
- Zero Configuration: plug-n-play out of the box
- 64MP Camera: best-in-class ultra high-res module
- Natively Supported: also works with official V1, V2, and HQ cameras
- Highly Compatible: works well with most Pi models