Arducam created this 8MP camera module to give Raspberry Pi users the option to easily swap out different lenses for compact camera projects.
It uses the same Sony IMX219 as the Official Raspberry Pi Camera Module and uses the same set of Python commands as well - but this time you have the option to swap out the included M12 lens for an alternative, allowing you to customise your shot for your project. Check out our range of M12 lenses.
The module is capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images and also supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 video. It attaches to Pi by the dedicated standard CSI interface - the same way as the official camera.
To use this with a Raspberry Pi Zero you'll need an adapter cable.
- A robust 8MP IMX219 Camera for the Raspberry Pi
- Capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images, and also supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 video
- Attaches to Pi by the dedicated standard CSI interface
- M12 lens can be switched out for alternatives
- Sensor type: Sony IMX219 Color CMOS 8-megapixel
- Sensor size: 3.674 x 2.760 mm (1/4″ format)
- Pixel Count: 3280 x 2464 (active pixels) 3296 x 2512 (total pixels)
- Pixel Size: 1.12 x 1.12 um
- Lens: M12 customizable, telephoto to fisheye
- Angle of View: Horizontal FOV 70 degree
- Video: 1280×720 binned and cropped up to 60fps
- 1080P cropped up to 30fps
- 1640×1232 full FOV binned mode, up to 30fps
- 3280×2464 full FOV, 0.1fps to 15fps
- Board size: 36 x 36 mm
- IR Sensitive: build-in 650nm IR filter, none sensitive to IR light
In the Box
- 1x 8MP IMX219 Camera Module
- 1x 70-Degree FOV M12 lens
- 1x 15cm 15-pin CSI ribbon cable