IMX582

Sony’s IMX582 is a 48MP (8000x6000) rolling shutter color image sensor. It’s the highest resolution sensor that depthai currnetly supports.

Supported resolutions

Supported sensor resolution by depthai

Name

Resolution

Max FPS

THE_13_MP

5312x6000

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Currently full resolution is center cropped to 5312x6000 (due to current ISP width limit). We are working on implementing split processing for the full 8000 width. So current image is much narrower HFOV than the camera actually is (see image below), just because of this current limitation on linewidth.

To use IMX582, checkout depthai-python to the tmp_imx582_48mp branch, and install the library by running python3 examples/install_requirements.py. You can quikcly evaluate the sensor by running python3 tests/cam_test.py -cams rgb,c -cres 13mp.

FFC compatibility

With OAK FFC boards you can easily evaluate different sensors and optics, as you can connect FFC camera boards to any OAK FFC baseboard (OAK-FFC-4P, OAK-FFC-3P) via a flexible cable. FFC camera boards are carrier boards for the CCM (additional information below), so it can easily be connected to any OAK FFC baseboard. The following FFC camera boards contain this sensor:

  • OAK-FFC-IMX582

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OAK-FFC-IMX582 (AF, NFOV)

Sensor CCMs

Compact camera modules (CCMs) can be integrated directly into a custom product. CCMs are used in the final camera product. CCMs vary in optics and FPC connector. The following CCMs have been built using this sensor:

  • Arducam short FPC:

    • NFOV - 82° DFOV, 68° HFOV, 55° VFOV, EFL: 4.74, F. NO: 1.79±5%, Distortion: < 1.5%, Lens Size: 1/2”

      • AF: PY080

      • AF NoIR: PY101

      • AF IR notch filter (IR650+940): PY102

      • FF: PY106 (Focus: 50cm+)

    • WFOV FF (PY080) - 120° DFOV, 96° HFOV, 89° VFOV, EFL: 2.75, F. NO: 2.8±5%, Distortion: < -14.6%, Lens Size: 1/2”, Focus: 50cm+

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Arducam short FPC NFOV AF IMX582

Additional images

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Car license plate at 70m. Click on this image for the full resolution image on Google Drive. We suggest downloading the image, as it’s ~35MB. Zooming into the image should make the license plate visible.

Got questions?

We’re always happy to help with code or other questions you might have.