My Raspberry Pi camera V2.1 works OK with my Nano 4GB (Jetpack 4.6.3 [L4T 32.7.3])
~$ ls /dev/video*
/dev/video0 /dev/video1 #(video0 = RPI camera, video1=Web cam
When I connect the RPI camera
Module 3, (11,9 megapixels ) camera does not show up in /dev/video*
Is this camera not supported or do I need extra settings (??)
could you please give more details of this camera module?
I have the same problem. It’s the
Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 (Features Sony IMX708 12-megapixel sensor with I2C-controlled focus actuator).
I also already followed the solution in this thread
Does the Raspberry Pi camera module 3 have support yet?, but there is no option for IMX708 camera in the Jetson‑IO display.
IMX708 is not yet add to camera support scope.
So does that mean there is
no way to connect the Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 (IMX708) to Jetson Nano Developer Kit as of now? If so, will there be support for IMX708 in the near future?
I believe the best option is to add a driver for the camera to the Jetson kernel and build it from scratch. While I have no idea what I’m actually doing, I’m going to give it a try. The Raspberry Pi kernel has support for the camera and the driver is here:
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// SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
* A V4L2 driver for Sony IMX708 cameras.
* Copyright (C) 2022, Raspberry Pi Ltd
* Based on Sony imx477 camera driver
* Copyright (C) 2020 Raspberry Pi Ltd
If I somehow get this to work, I will report back.
Hey guys, I foolishly purchased two V3 cameras and obviously facing the same issue. Any progress here on the solution? I am nowhere near the knowledge I would need to bake the drivers in and recompile the kernel.
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