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DATASHEET: wiki.inno-maker.com/display/cammipi327raw

  • 1.Pi Camera CAM-MIPI327RAW is an Industrial Camera Module for Raspberry Pi 4 3B+ 3B Zero A+ CM3+ CM3.
  • 2.Sensor Type: SONY STARVIS IMX327LQR color CMOS with 2.07M pixel. Pixel count: 1920×1080, Pixel Size: 2.9(H)x2.9(V)um. Sensor size: diagonal 6.46 mm (Type 1/2.8). Sensor ADC Resolution: 10Bit/12Bit.
  • 3.This Pi Camera IMX327LQR module connects via a ribbon cable to the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi. CSI-2 output: 2 lanes/RAW10 or RAW12. CSI-2 default speed: 891Mbps/lane. It is a fully V4L2 compatible device.
  • 4.Including a Wide Angle Fisheye Lens. Lens Holes: 20mm, 2xD2.0mm. Field of View: D=148 degrees, H=118 degrees. The lens is replaceable, Mounting Holes: 4xD2.2mm.
  • 5.CAM-MIPI327RAW Raspberry Pi Camera Module provides user manual, drivers, source codes from wiki. Support customozed production service.

[Descriptions:]

  • We support customozed production service, Fast redesign and Fast delivery. If you have especial demand, feel free to contract us.
  • PI Camera IMX327LQR module with SONY IMX327LQR Sensor connects via a ribbon cable to the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi. It is a fully V4L2 compatible device.
  • PI Camera IMX327LQR module can be connected to a number of Raspberry Pi Boards, like Raspberry Pi 4 3B+ 3B Zero A+ CM3+ CM3.

[Technical Parameters:]

  • Sensor type: SONY STARVIS IMX327LQR color CMOS with 2.07M pixel.
  • Sensor size: diagonal 6.46 mm (Type 1/2.8).
  • Sensor ADC Resolution: 10Bit/12Bit.
  • CSI-2 output: 2 lanes/RAW10 or RAW12.
  • Pixel Count:1920 x 1080.
  • Pixel Size: 2.9(H)x2.9(V)um.
  • CSI-2 default speed: 891Mbps/lane.
  • Output modes: streaming mode.
  • Shutter resolution: 1 horizontal unit.
  • Gain: 0—72dB.
  • Angle of View: D=148 degrees, H=118 degrees.
  • Video OutputModes:
    Mode0 1920×1080 30fps,SRGGB10P(option,with 37.125MHZ OSC)
    Mode1 1920×1080 60fps, SRGGB10P.
    Mode2 1920×1080 50fps, SRGGB12P.
  • Board Size:39mm x39mm.
  • Connector: 15PIN 1.0mm FPC cable.
  • Mounting Holes: 4XD2.2mm.
  • Lens Holes: 20mm,2xD2.0mm.

[Packing List:]

  • 1 x CAM-MIPI327RAW Camera Module
  • 1x 15PIN Ribbon Cable

DATASHEET: wiki.inno-maker.com/display/cammipi327raw

  • 1.Pi Camera CAM-MIPI327RAW is an Industrial Camera Module for Raspberry Pi 4 3B+ 3B Zero A+ CM3+ CM3.
  • 2.Sensor Type: SONY STARVIS IMX327LQR color CMOS with 2.07M pixel. Pixel count: 1920×1080, Pixel Size: 2.9(H)x2.9(V)um. Sensor size: diagonal 6.46 mm (Type 1/2.8). Sensor ADC Resolution: 10Bit/12Bit.
  • 3.This Pi Camera IMX327LQR module connects via a ribbon cable to the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi. CSI-2 output: 2 lanes/RAW10 or RAW12. CSI-2 default speed: 891Mbps/lane. It is a fully V4L2 compatible device.
  • 4.Including a Wide Angle Fisheye Lens. Lens Holes: 20mm, 2xD2.0mm. Field of View: D=148 degrees, H=118 degrees. The lens is replaceable, Mounting Holes: 4xD2.2mm.
  • 5.CAM-MIPI327RAW Raspberry Pi Camera Module provides user manual, drivers, source codes from wiki. Support customozed production service.

[Descriptions:]

  • We support customozed production service, Fast redesign and Fast delivery. If you have especial demand, feel free to contract us.
  • PI Camera IMX327LQR module with SONY IMX327LQR Sensor connects via a ribbon cable to the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi. It is a fully V4L2 compatible device.
  • PI Camera IMX327LQR module can be connected to a number of Raspberry Pi Boards, like Raspberry Pi 4 3B+ 3B Zero A+ CM3+ CM3.

[Technical Parameters:]

  • Sensor type: SONY STARVIS IMX327LQR color CMOS with 2.07M pixel.
  • Sensor size: diagonal 6.46 mm (Type 1/2.8).
  • Sensor ADC Resolution: 10Bit/12Bit.
  • CSI-2 output: 2 lanes/RAW10 or RAW12.
  • Pixel Count:1920 x 1080.
  • Pixel Size: 2.9(H)x2.9(V)um.
  • CSI-2 default speed: 891Mbps/lane.
  • Output modes: streaming mode.
  • Shutter resolution: 1 horizontal unit.
  • Gain: 0—72dB.
  • Angle of View: D=148 degrees, H=118 degrees.
  • Video OutputModes:
    Mode0 1920×1080 30fps,SRGGB10P(option,with 37.125MHZ OSC)
    Mode1 1920×1080 60fps, SRGGB10P.
    Mode2 1920×1080 50fps, SRGGB12P.
  • Board Size:39mm x39mm.
  • Connector: 15PIN 1.0mm FPC cable.
  • Mounting Holes: 4XD2.2mm.
  • Lens Holes: 20mm,2xD2.0mm.

[Packing List:]

  • 1 x CAM-MIPI327RAW Camera Module
  • 1x 15PIN Ribbon Cable
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26 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    This does not work for me.  On "make install" it results

    modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'imx327_i2c': Exec format error

    make: *** 50: install Error 1

    Any ideas?  camera defective?

  2. Dear Customer,

      Please check if your system version is fit to the firmware version.

      Like we now provide 

      Linux-4.19.57-date19.7.10  >= RPI IMAGE VERSION  Linux-4.19.57 on date19.7.10

      Linux-4.19.75-date19.9.26  >= RPI IMAGE VERSION  Linux-4.19.75 on date19.9.26


    If yes,please try again as below: 

          add the driver name to config.txt and cmdline.txt

    • $ cd cam-mipi327raw
    • $ sudo chmod -R a+rwx *
    • $ cd firmware-pi4/Linux-4.19.57-date19.7.10
    • $ make install //Intall Driver For CAM-MIPI327RAW
  3. Anonymous

    pi@raspberrypi:~/cam-mipi327raw/firmware-pi4/Linux-4.19.57-date19.7.10 $ uname -a
    Linux raspberrypi 4.19.97-v7l+ #1294 SMP Thu Jan 30 13:21:14 GMT 2020 armv7l GNU/Linux


    Is the Linux version compatible with the camera?


    Thanks

    1. Anonymous

      Sorry I will have to return this I cannot get it to work as above.

      1. Dear Customer,

          We have upload the firmware for Linu-4.19.97. 

           https://github.com/INNO-MAKER/cam-mipi327raw

        Please delete the old folder,and redownload.

        Could you send us email? I will reply you usermanual these 2 days.  I send you for reference of ov9281.Please see attach.

        CAM-MIPI9281 User ManualV1.1.pdf


        1. Anonymous

          I deleted old folder and downloaded that.  Now it gets past that step but VLC shows no images.  What now?  Will send email, and post here when/if resolved..

            1. Anonymous

              Yes I have made the camera work with the suggested changes.  I do not know how to get it to work with python code though, just through the terminal, but at least it proves the camera is not defective.


              Thanks

  4. Anonymous

    I am having a similar problem with a new RPI 4.  All steps go through with no errors.  When I try access the camera in VLC, I Get:

    Your input can't be opened:

    VLC is unable to open the MRL 'v4l2:///dev/video0'. Check the log for details.


    OS version is:

    $ uname -a
    Linux raspberrypi 4.19.97-v7l+ #1294 SMP Thu Jan 30 13:21:14 GMT 2020 armv7l GNU/Linux


    I downloaded all files from git today.

  5. Anonymous

    I am achanin@yahoo.com if you want to contact directly.

    1. Dear ,

      Thanks for use our IMX327 RAW module.
      And really sorry about this.We did not make it clearly of quick start.

      • 1,The formate support by VLC is YUYV,Y8 or Bayer8. 
      • 2,Due to IMX327 output formate is SGRBG10P or SGRBG12P  so it is can't preview by VLC tool.
      • 3,You can use vcmipidemo tool to have a preview.


      for example:
      ./vcmipidemo -s 3000 -g 0x88 -f >/dev/null 
      it will set the exposure time to 3ms and gain value to  136 .


      http://wiki.inno-maker.com/display/cammipi327raw/CAM-MIPI327RAW+Quick+Start 

  6. Anonymous

    Thank you for your response.


    Unfortunately, the system still does not work.  /dev/video0 simply cannot be openned.  See screenshot below.

    pi@raspberrypi:~/cam-mipi327raw/Linux_4.19.97/pi4 $ v4l2-ctl --stream-mmap --stream-count=-1 -d /dev/video0 --stream-to=/dev/null
    Cannot open device /dev/video0, exiting.

    Please let me know if you would like to see pictures of the physical configuration.


    1. Dear Customer,

        OK then. 

        The the connection is correct.

      •   Please Set up  follow Quick Start from step1 to step 4,it's really important.
      •   ”uname -a“ to see your system version, for example, if it shows Linux_4.19.75, you shoule enter "cd Linux_4.19.75/pi4"
      •   After you run "make install",  reboot the rpi, run "make setmode1"  after system reboot.
      •   Then Use “ls /dev/video0"  to see if the camera it's exist.

        If yes, "cd cam-mipi327raw/tools",    run    "./vcmipidemo -s 3000 -g 0x88 -f >/dev/null" , press enter and ctrl+alt+f1 to see  Preview

       

  7. I tried the instructions in your script several times.  Each time they do not produce /dev/video0.  See below links to the script output.

    This is a brand new Pi4 with 4GB of RAM and the latest OS.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uRmGy8L-vrdK0hFzh0O5BMlQxQSJ3etF/view?usp=sharing

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-SxR0YXmSl4R3VmGxBiPns4mjKDovrhR/view?usp=sharing 

    I am not sure what else I can do from here.  Please advise.


    1. Dear Customer,

        About cmdline.txt,it should be. "consolescma=128M",shoule be “consoles cma=128M”

    2. Also,

        Could you take a picture inside like below.

        Let me see if you received the wrong one.

         You buy it from amazon? 

      You can follow our usermanaul now.

      CAM-MIPI327RAW UserManual EN

        

      1. Anonymous

        Hello,

        I apologize for my english.

        I've bought last week your IMX327 camera (from Amazon).

        I've the same problem as in previous comments:

        modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'imx327_i2c': Exec format error

        make: *** (Makefile:50: install) Error 1

        I've a PI3 B with latest firmware (Linux 4.19.118-v7+)

        Can you provide please a solution?

        Is the software open-source? Can I have the source in order to recompile for further evolution of the OS?

        Thanks in advance

        1. Dear Customer,
          Tools are open sourece.
          Could you send me information show of command "uname -a" ?

        2. We will recompile and provide drivers according to stable system release.

          1. Anonymous

            Hello.

            Output of uname -a command is:

            Linux raspberrypi 4.19.118-v7+ #1311 SMP Mon Apr 27 14:21:24 BST 2020 armv7l GNU/Linux


            Ok, I think to understand that TOOLS are open source but DRIVERS isn't open. It's right?

            Best Regards

            1. please download from our github, we update drivers which support linux 4.19.118

              1. Anonymous

                Hi,

                I didn't found the update drivers on your gitee nor on your github (last modification on gitee was 2 months ago).

                Maybe I used wrong links. Please, can you verify and attach the correct link where I can found the update.

                Many Thanks

                  1. Anonymous

                    Ok,

                    now the driver seems to be installed. I will try the camera and give you a feedback next days.

                    Regards

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