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IMX378

IMX378 is a rolling shutter color sensor.
SpecValue
Shutter typerolling
Typecolor
Sensor size1/2.3" ( 11.0mm)
Pixel size1.55 μm

RVC2 supported resolutions

Resolution name Resolution size Max FPS MIPI lanes Mode
THE_12_MP4056x3040302Full resolution
THE_4_K3840x2160302Cropping
THE_1080_P1920x1080602Cropping (to 4K) then Binning
THE_1352x10121352x10125243x downscale (sensor scaling)
THE_2024x15202024×15208522x2 Binning

RVC2 driver limits

Sensor driver adds support for that sensor to the RVC2. Here are RVC2 driver specifications for this sensorPart of the ISP (Image Signal Processor) is also the 3A (Auto Exposure, Auto White Balance, Auto Focus) algorithm. They are enabled by default, but you can also disable them and manually set the exposure, gain, white balance, etc.

Manual limits

  • Min FPS: 2
  • Min exposure time: 5 μs
  • Max exposure time: 1 / CAM_FPS seconds. Eg. 33ms @ 30FPS

Auto limits

  • Min exposure time: 106 μs
  • Max exposure time: Depends on the Anti-Banding mode:
    • Anti-Banding mode OFF: 33 ms
    • Anti-Banding mode 50Hz: 30 ms
    • Anti-Banding mode 60Hz: 25 ms
Max AE exposure time depends on the Anti-Banding (AB) mode, which helps to avoid flickering when using artificial lighting. We can configure the AB using the API:
Py
1cam = pipeline.create(dai.node.ColorCamera) # Or MonoCamera
2# "OFF", "MAINS_50_HZ", or "MAINS_60_HZ"
3cam.initialControl.setAntiBandingMode(dai.CameraControl.AntiBandingMode.OFF)