The recently announced new Raspberry Pi Global Shutter camera uses the 6.3 mm Sony IMX296 sensor with the company’s proprietary board and CSI camera conductors. Like other traditional global shutter sensors, it works by pairing each pixel with its own analog storage element.
In this way, the light signal can be captured and properly stored in all pixels simultaneously. In contrast, other regular CMOS sensors read and hold light by pixels in a top-to-bottom or left-to-right structure. In addition, Raspberry Pi warned those concerned about the delay by posting, “We expect supply to return to pre-pandemic levels in the second quarter of 2023 and be unlimited in the second half of the year.” reassure me.
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