Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Module V2 - 8MP 1080P30
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- 8 megapixel camera capable of taking photographs of 3280 x 2464 pixels
- Capture video at 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 resolutions
- All software is supported within the latest version of Raspbian Operating System
- Applications: CCTV security camera, motion detection, time lapse photography
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Link to blog - how to get started with the camera module - with sample script - http://www.electrone.com/getting-started-picamera-module/
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Much higher FPS for capturing still frames using raspivid & gst-launch-1.0 compared to a USB camera. See my formula below.
Sever chromatic aberrations on the edges of the frame (See attached image)
Really poor dynamic range in high contrast situations (I realize this is intended to be used for night vision but was hoping it could be usable for CV during daylight as well - without the IR filter)
I also tested this camera https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01E8OX14K/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_1 which did a pretty great job and automatically switches between IR/NOIR. But because of USB latency, it was producing only 1-2 FPS dumping frames to disk.
FPS FRAME DUMP FORMULA:
In my testing, this was the best way to achieve high FPS jpg frame dumps
raspivid -w 1920 -h 1080 -n -t 0 -fps 30 -o - | gst-launch-1.0 fdsrc ! video/x-h264,framerate=30/1,stream-format=byte-stream ! decodebin ! videorate ! video/x-raw,framerate=30/1 ! videoconvert ! jpegenc ! multifilesink location=img_%04d.jpg"
The first one I purchased worked for a few minutes and then died. I returned it for replacement, which worked fine, but I noticed it came in completely different packaging.
This time, I purchased two cameras at the same time. One works fine, the other was a dud out of the box. Both cameras came in identical outer boxes. However, one was packed in a standard mylar anti-static bag, the other in a paper bag with element14 logos on it. Unfortunately, I did not keep the cameras and their packaging together so I could tell which one was the failing unit.
I assemble these things in a static controlled environment (hard floors, anti static bench), and have worked in the high-end scientific camera industry, so I know how to work with sensitive electronics.
Also, these camera came in the white box, the last ones came in black boxes - so it's like you don't know what you're getting. Neither came with the focus tool, instead, they are cemented to a fixed focus like the older cameras.
Does what it’s suppose to do, the night time quality is good but I wished it was little better since it’s 8Mp
Also, if there is bright indoor light the camera makes it pinkish. Overall I’m satisfied.