I was wondering if y’all have any plans to manufacture an RGB global shutter camera module?
I am guessing this would push the limits of the device frame buffer RAM.
MT9V034 (color): 10 bit value * RGB (3) * pixels captured (752 * 480) = ~1.35MB / frame
AR0134CS (color): 12 bit value * RGB (3) * pixels captured (1280 * 960) = ~5.53MB / frame
This limits the frame buffer of the H7+(32MB) to only a handful of frames.
This wouldn’t cause any issues if I were simply processing a single image at a time, correct?
I am considering prototyping with the AR0134CS on top of the H7+, is this a bad idea?
If so, how much more frame buffer ram would I need?
or how many frames should I be able to store in the frame buffer? Is there a good minimum?
These are some manufacture listed components:
- With (I think) parallel output, compatible with STM32’s DCMI:
- With HiSPi (high speed pixel interface) output: (haven’t investigated fully, but I think this is more for standard input to FPGA)
- XGS 2000
- XGS 5000
- XGS **000 (more megapixels)
OmniVision: (all with (I think) parallel output, still waiting for an NDA with OmniVision to see them datasheets)
- OV2312 (RGB-Ir)
- OG02B10 (Color)
- OV9782 (Color)