This is a 64-megapixel ultra-high-resolution autofocus camera module exclusively built for the latest and future generations of Raspberry Pi.
By bringing a sensor from modern-day flagship phones to the Raspberry Pi, you can take DSLR-like still images at the maximum resolution of 9152 x 6944! The module uses the libcamera library for control just like your official camera modules. A separate case is available to protect it which allows easy mounting using screws or the rear tripod mount.
Same Size, Same Software, Same Experience
Apart from the ultra-high quality, everything else stays the same. The camera PCB matches that of the official V2 module, meaning you can still use most of your V1/V2 mounts (the larger lens size may block some enclosures/mounts), still use the latest camera software (libcamera) and still have the same camera controls, all on top of better tuning!
For seasoned makers, the Hawk-eye is designed to ensure a smooth upgrade offering good compatibility with the official V1 modules: the V1/V2 form-factor, MIPI CSl-2 connection, latest libcamera software and a standard tripod mount.
Even if you are using Raspberry Pi for the first time, you can follow the product manual without hassle.
Note: 64MP is compatible with the Raspberry Pi 4 and CM4. Other boards (Pi 2/3/CM3/Zero) will run at 16MP.
|Optical Size||Type 1/1.7" 9.25 mm Diagonal (7.4x5.55 mm)|
|Sensor Resolution||9152 X 6944|
|Video Mode (on Raspberry Pi)||1080p30, 720p60 and 640 X 480p60/90|
|Video Mode (Camera Module)||1280x720@120fps 1920x1080@60fps
|Color Filter||Quad Bayer Coding (QBC)|
(Full Resolution - 64MP)
(Superpixel Resolution - 16MP)
|Focal ratio (F-Stop)||F1.8|
|View Angle||84 Degrees (Diagonal)|
|Dimensions||25mm X 24mm|
- 1x 64MP Autofocus Camera
- 1x 15cm FPC Cable