Sony IMX477-160 12.3MP MIPI-CSI Camera, 160° FOV, Applicable For Jetson Nano / RPi Compute Module
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  • MIPI-CSI Camera, based on Sony IMX477 sensor, 1230M pixels. Supports Raspberry Pi Compute Module series and Jetson Nano developer Kit. Suitable for AI applications such as license plate number recognition, facial gesture recognition and so on. 


    Specs :

    • Model : IMX477
    • Resolution: 12.3MP, 4056x3040
    • CMOS Diagonal Length: 7.9mm
    • Pixel Size: 1.5 µm (H) x 1.5 µm (V)
    • Aperture (F): 2.2
    • Focal Length (BFL): 5.52
    • Field of View (FoV): 160°(D) 118°(H) 87°(V)
    • Distortion: <16%

    IMX477 12.3MP Camera can only support Raspberry Pi Compute Module series, it cannot be used with Raspberry Pi boards like Raspberry Pi Model 4B. The camera can be used with Jetson Nano Developer Kit, if you want to use it with Jetson Nano, you need to install a driver. Please backup your OS before you install the driver because the driver is not suitable for IMX219.

    Download the Driver for Jetson Nano

     


    Test with Jetson Nano

    Hardware connection

    • Connect the camera to CSI interface of Jetson Nano.Set the metal side of FFC into Heat-sink
    • Connect an HDMI LCD to Jetson Nano

    Software setting

    • Power on Jetson Nano and open the Terminal (Ctrl+ALT+T)
    • Test camera with command:
    DISPLAY=:0.0 gst-launch-1.0 nvarguscamerasrc ! 'video/x-raw(memory:NVMM), width=3280, height=2464, format=(string)NV12, framerate=(fraction)20/1' ! nvoverlaysink -e
    
    • Test dual-camera
      • IF you want to test dual cameras with B01 Developer Kit.You can just add sensor-id=x to the pipeline. x can be 0 or 1.
    #test video0
    DISPLAY=:0.0 gst-launch-1.0 nvarguscamerasrc sensor-id=0 ! 'video/x-raw(memory:NVMM), width=3280, height=2464, format=(string)NV12, framerate=(fraction)20/1' ! nvoverlaysink -e
    #test video1
    DISPLAY=:0.0 gst-launch-1.0 nvarguscamerasrc sensor-id=1 ! 'video/x-raw(memory:NVMM), width=3280, height=2464, format=(string)NV12, framerate=(fraction)20/1' ! nvoverlaysink -e
    

    Test with Compute Module

    The IMX219 series can be used with Compute Module series of Raspberry Pi with carriers. And the usage is same as other Raspberry Pi cameras
    Because of the encryption, the IMX219 series cameras cannot be used with a Raspberry Pi board like the Raspberry Pi 4B, please note it.

    • Connect the camera to Compute Module Carrier board (like Compute Moduel PoE Board), please take care of the direction.
    • Open a terminal and configure the camera
    sudo raspi-config
    
    Select Interfacing Options -> Camera -> Yes
    • Reboot
    • Test the camera with the command:
    sudo raspistill -t 0
    


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