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55,00 €

The Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera is a specialised 1.6-megapixel camera from Raspberry Pi that is able to capture rapid motion without introducing artefacts typical of rolling shutter cameras. It is ideally suited to fast motion photography and to machine vision applications, where even small amounts of distortion can seriously degrade inference performance.

With a large pixel size of 3.45μm × 3.45μm providing high light sensitivity, the Global Shutter Camera can operate with short exposure times (as low as 30μs with adequate lighting), an advantage for high-speed photography.

It features a 1.6MP Sony IMX296 sensor, and it has the same C/CS-mount lens assembly as the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera, for compatibility with the same broad variety of lenses. In common with other global shutter sensors, the IMX296 has a lower resolution than similarly sized rolling shutter sensors; a low pixel count is appropriate for machine vision applications, where high-resolution images are challenging to process in real time. The Global Shutter Camera's lower resolution means that with appropriate lens magnification, an image suitable for processing by a machine vision model can be captured natively.

The Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera includes a C- to CS-mount adapter, a screwdriver, and a 150mm ribbon cable, as well as a removable plastic back cover for protection. It is compatible with any Raspberry Pi computer that has a CSI connector.


Form factor: 38 × 38 × 19.8mm (29.5mm adapter and dust cap)

Weight: 34g (41g with adapter and dust cap)

Sensor: Sony IMX296LQR-C

Resolution: 1.58 megapixels (colour)

Sensor size: 6.3mm sensor diagonal

Pixel size: 3.45μm × 3.45μm

Output: RAW10

Back focus length of lens: Adjustable (12.5–22.4mm)

Lens standards: CS-Mount, C-Mount (C-CS adapter included)

IR cut filter: Integrated1

Ribbon cable length: 150mm

Included accessories: C-CS mount adapter, Screwdriver

Tripod mount: 1/4”-20


What is Global Shutter?

A global shutter camera is a type of digital camera that captures an entire image all at once, rather than line by line. This means that the camera's sensor records all the pixels in the image simultaneously, resulting in a more accurate representation of the scene being photographed.

In contrast, traditional rolling shutter cameras capture images by scanning a frame line by line from top to bottom, resulting in distortion of fast-moving objects or when the camera itself is in motion.

Global shutter cameras are particularly useful for capturing images of fast-moving subjects, such as sports events or action scenes, where a rolling shutter can result in image distortion or the appearance of "jello" effect. Global shutter technology is also useful in computer vision applications, such as robotics or augmented reality, where accurate timing and synchronization is important.

Overall, global shutter cameras offer a significant advantage over rolling shutter cameras in terms of image quality and accuracy, making them ideal for a variety of applications where precise and fast image capture is required.





Broadcom BCM2837B0, Cortex-A53 64-bit SoC @ 1.4 GHz
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz IEE 802.11.b/g/n/ac wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.2/BLE
Extended 40-pin GPIO header
Video & sound:
1 × full size HDMI


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