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Infrared Camera for Raspberry-Pi - 8 MegaPixels - V2

Infrared Camera Module for Raspberry Pi - 8 MegaPixels

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A 8 MegaPixel Pi Camera without infrared filter (NoIR)

The new 8 MegaPixels High Resolution BLACK Pi Camera Module for Raspberry Pi 3, Pi 2 or Pi Zero (you will need a special camera cable). This is the camera module version 2, designed specifically for this platform. 

This module has no Infrared filter installed. As for the standard camera module, Pi BLACK is connected to the Pi via one of the two connectors mounted on the surface of the Pi card. The camera is connected using the dedicated CSI interface, specially designed for this purpose. A CSI bus is capable of transmitting information at an extremely high rate, and it carries only pixel data. 
The Raspberry Pi IS NOT INCLUDED.

The card is very small, about 25mm x 23mm x 9mm (a bit bigger than version 1 which was 25x20x9mm). The weight is of the order of 3gr, making it an ideal companion for your mobile applications where weight and bulk are important factors.

The camera connects to the Raspberry Pi via the ribbon, so it is connected directly to the processor via the Pi's CSI bus, a larger bandwidth link to carry pixel data from the camera to the processor. 

The sensor has a resolution of 8 MegaPixel and has a focus lens attached directly to the card. In terms of image, the camera is able of capturing static pictures of 3280 x 2464 pixels/dots (against 2592 x 1944 for version 1) and also supports video in 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 resolution.

The camera is supported in the latest version of Raspbian, the preferred operating system of Raspberry Pi users.

Use of Black Pi

This version is best suited for night vision - you will need to illuminate the capture area with infrared light There are also photographs of nature that can be improved by an IR camera. This camera is not ideal for making movies and photos day-to day, for this application we recommand the normal camera module. A blue plastic filter is delivered with the module, this filter can be used to experiment hyperspectral imaging !
We also propose Infrared LEDs on our WebShop


Nothing like some videos...


Technical details

  • Small card: 25mm x 23mm x 9mm
  • Optical: 1/4"
  • 8 MegaPixels Sensor (3280×2464 pixels) Sony IMX219 with fixed Focus module
  • Support 1080p30, 720p60 and video recording 640x480p60/90
  • 1.4 µm X 1.4 µm per pixel with OmniBSI technology for high performance (high sensitivity, low noise, low interference)

Documentation & Tutorial

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