Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera – M12 mount
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Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera – M12 mount

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SKU: OM-NY-M12HQ
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Description Specification Documentation Compliance Obsolescence Statement
Description

The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera is an upgraded 12 megapixel, high sensitivity camera for Raspberry Pi with aluminium M12 lens mounting hardware.

Note: A M12/S-mount lens is essential but not included! Compatible M12 lenses will be coming soon.

It offers higher resolution (12 megapixels instead of 8 megapixels) and improved low-light performance (approximately 50% greater area per pixel) compared to the existing Camera Module v2.  This version is designed to work natively with a variety of M12/S-mount lenses (commonly used in industry) and also includes an integrated tripod mount.

The HQ camera is great for projects where you want to see all the details (such as security cameras), or for ones where you want to use specialist lenses (such as wildlife or sky photography!)  It's compatible with all Raspberry Pi computers*.

 

Specification

Specifications

Sensor: Sony IMX477R stacked, back-illuminated sensor
12.3 megapixels
7.9 mm sensor diagonal
1.55 μm × 1.55 μm pixel size
Output: RAW12/10/8, COMP8
Back focus: Adjustable (12.5 mm–22.4 mm)
Lens standards: M12 mount
S-mount
Other form factor lenses can be used with a third party adaptor
IR cut filter: Integrated (can be removed to enable IR sensitivity, though this is irreversible)
Ribbon cable length: 200 mm*
Tripod mount: 1/4”-20
Documentation Compliance

The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera has undergone extensive compliance testing and meets a number of regional and international standards.

View and download relevant certificates and conformity documents.
If you require any further information regarding compliance, please contact us at compliance@raspberrypi.com.

Obsolescence Statement

Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera will remain in production until at least January 2030