Compatible with the smaller CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi Zero, this compact NoIR camera module offers an impressive 16MP via its Sony IMX519 sensor offering a pixel resolution of 4656 x 3496, twice as high as the v2 camera and 40% higher than the HQ camera!
Whilst our 5MP ZeroCam NoIR is ideal for those wanting to undertake night photography on a budget, if you're looking for more megapixels for your compact Pi Zero project, this is just the job!
This camera module uses a Sony IMX519 sensor with an F/1.75 80° FOV lens, capable of 1080p@30FPS or 720@60FPS video. The camera has no IR filter, meaning it's great for low-light night photography with IR LED light flooding onto the target.
Please make sure you are running a recent version of Raspberry Pi OS (January 28th 2022 or later releases, Debian version:11(Bullseye)) and using the libcamera library. Driver installation is required - please see the user manual for more information.
- Sensor Sony IMX519 stacked, back-illuminated sensor
- 16 Megapixels
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi Zero
- Optical size: 1/2.534"
- Resolution: 16MP 4656x3496
- Output RAW10/8, COMP8
- Pixel size: 1.22µm*1.22µm
- Video Modes: 1080p@30fps, 720p@60fps
- Linux integration: V4L2 driver available
- Ribbon Cable Length: 60mm
- Field of View (FOV): 80°(H)
- Lens: f/1.75; EFL: 4.28
- IR Filter: Without IR filter (NoIR), sensitive to IR light
- 1x 60mm 16MP NoIR Camera Module for Pi Zero
Raspberry Pi Zero not included