Raspberry Pi HQ Camera - M12 mount
£38.89 ex VAT
The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera is an affordable high-quality camera from Raspberry Pi. It offers 12-megapixel resolution and a 7.9mm-diagonal sensor for impressive low-light performance. The M12 Mount variant is designed to work with most interchangeable M12 lenses, and the CS Mount variant is designed to work with interchangeable lenses in both CS- and C-mount form factors (C-mount lenses require the use of the C-CS adapter included with this variant). Other lens form factors can be accommodated using third-party lens adapters.
The High Quality Camera is well suited to industrial and consumer applications, including security cameras, which require the highest levels of visual fidelity and/ or integration with specialist optics. It is compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi computer from Raspberry Pi 1 Model B onwards, using the latest software release from raspberrypi.com.
The package comprises a circuit board carrying a Sony IMX477 sensor, an FPC cable for connection to a Raspberry Pi computer, and a milled aluminium lens mount with integrated tripod mount. The CS Mount variant lens mount features a focus adjustment ring, and this variant ships with a C- to CS-mount adapter; the M12 Mount variant ships with three lens locking rings (one required plus two spare).
Please Note: A lens is not included with this product.
- Sensor: Sony IMX477R stacked, back-illuminated sensor
- Resolution: 12.3 megapixels
- Sensor size: 7.9mm sensor diagonal
- Pixel size: 1.55μm × 1.55μm
- Output: RAW12/10/8, COMP8
- Back focus length of lens: 2.6mm–11.8mm (M12 Mount variant) 12.5mm–22.4mm (CS Mount variant)
- Lens sensor format: 1/2.3” (7.9mm) or larger
- IR cut filter: Integrated2
- Ribbon cable length: 200mm
- Tripod mount: 1/4”-20
- Compliance: FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B, Class B Digital Device Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) 2014/30/EU Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive 2011/65/EU
- Production lifetime: The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera will remain in production until at least January 2030