That has a 12 bit data + clock output running at a high clock rate, no way to get it in via GPIO or USB.
bertwert wrote:Is there a way to connect an imaging sensor to a Raspberry Pi or other microcontroller?
Has anyone done this before?
I was thinking of using this sensor for price/specs and availability: http://canada.newark.com/aptina-imaging ... dp/80P6532
Put it in a box and with the right registration distance (45.46mm) put a K-mount or M42 mount on the box. or connect it to a telescope/microscope.
Thanks for help!
PS Reasons why I don't want to use the Pi Camera:
1. I want to use a Pi Zero which has no CSI.
2. This sensor has bigger pixels; higher light sensitivity/less noise.