IMX219-160 Camera

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IMX219-160 Camera
IMX219-160 Camera

IMX219 sensor, FOV 160, compatible with jetson nano
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Introduction

IMX219 Camera, 800 megapixels and 160 FOV. Compatible with Jetson nano. You can also use it with CM3/CM3+ expansion boards like Raspberry Pi Compute Module IO board, Compute Module IO Board Plus, Compute Module POE Board of Waveshare and the StereoPi board.

More

Test with Jetson Nano

Hardware connection

  • Insert the camera cable with the metal side facing the heatsink into the camera port on the Jetson Nano development kit.
    • Start the Jetson Nano.
  • Test camera.
    • Open the terminal (press Ctrl+ALT+T shortcut on the keyboard to open the terminal), and enter the following command to test the camera.
DISPLAY=:0.0 nvgstcapture-1.0
  • Test the dual camera.
    • If you need to test dual cameras, you can add sensor-id=x to select the camera. x can be 0 or 1.
#test video0
DISPLAY=:0.0 nvgstcapture-1.0 --sensor-id=0
#test video1
DISPLAY=:0.0 nvgstcapture-1.0 --sensor-id=1
  • If the camera shooting effect is reddish, you can follow the steps below:

1. Download the camera-override.isp file and extract it to a specific folder:

wget https://www.waveshare.com/w/upload/e/eb/Camera_overrides.tar.gz
tar zxvf Camera_overrides.tar.gz 
sudo cp camera_overrides.isp /var/nvidia/nvcam/settings/

2. Installation files:

sudo chmod 664 /var/nvidia/nvcam/settings/camera_overrides.isp
sudo chown root:root /var/nvidia/nvcam/settings/camera_overrides.isp

【Notice】
- 12 of NV12 is a number, not a letter.

- The test screen is output to HDMI or DP screen, so when testing, first connect the screen to Jetson Nano.

  • Opencv calls the camera

If you want to use the opencv library to call the camera, you can refer to the official jetcam program

Resources

Related resources

FAQ

Support

Support

If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a ticket.