Yup. One of them....
There seem to be some around for Nikon F (that's the only one I'm interested in)
Yep: the photo of the mount says “© 2018 …”. But worth the wait to do it right.
2 lanes - we can't magic up extra pins on the camera connector fitted to the Pi. Only the CM on CAM1 has all four lanes wired out.HermannSW wrote: ↑Thu Apr 30, 2020 10:09 am4th link from initial posting
https://www.sony-semicon.co.jp/products ... _Flyer.pdf
says "1080p @240 frame/s".
Will that be available for raspivid as well?
How many MIPI lanes connect HQ camera and the PI?
The firmware has supported it for 18 months - it really has been the mechanicals that has held this up.
If you can find a suitable driver, then there is no reason for it not to work.Heater wrote:My heretical question is: Will it work with an Nvidia Jetson Nano? The Nano can currently use the V2 camera.
IIRC Naush was playing around with very long exposure times off this sensor in terms of minutes. Whether that works immediately I couldn't say - seeing as exposure times are in usecs, I'd worry about an overflow somewhere.
When using FKMS or legacy you are still using the firmware camera drivers, so yes, this required work in the firmware to support the new camera. It's actually been in there for a couple of years...I *think* mainline lInux also has drivers for the IMX477 when using the CSI-2 peripheral from ARM space. I think we have tested that, 6byy9 would be able to explain more.
Yes great news. Canon fd adaptor would be good.DougieLawson wrote: ↑Thu Apr 30, 2020 8:36 amThe telescope and microscope folks are going to be very happy with this one. The interchangeable lenses are a massive improvement. We just need the adapters for things like the Nikon F-mount and Canon FD & EF mounts to appear. (Canon FD would suit me, I've a few lenses for my old wet film AE1 & A1 cameras.)
This is clearly one of the "we're busy with other stuff" projects that JamesH kept mentioning in the tedious USB Boot noise thread.
That would be clever.
So it sounds that volunteers are needed to capture I2C traffic from Pi to new HQ camera as basis for new imx477_modes.h for raspiraw?6by9 wrote: ↑Thu Apr 30, 2020 10:25 am2 lanes - we can't magic up extra pins on the camera connector fitted to the Pi. Only the CM on CAM1 has all four lanes wired out.
The ISP is limited to around 120MPix/s, so that's 1080p60 max. And the codec block is only designed for 1080p30, but can generally be overclocked to 1080p50 or poss 1080p60.
Miraculous in fact. There's no connection for auto focus AFAIK.Paul Webster wrote: ↑Thu Apr 30, 2020 12:06 pmThat would be clever.
Well done to RPF/RPT for another interesting addition to the product line.
That Python API was not written by us, so we are fairly unfamiliar with it for fixing purposes. Waveform is the guy to talk to about it. I presume there is a github issues tracker somewhere..