Do you guys have a recipe for working with Arducam MIPI cameras? It is not v4l2.
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In principle, yes. But unfortunately nothing that would just work out of the box. To be able to use all features of the camera you need a proper camera driver. On Linux this means either V4L2 or GenTL. The former requires a kernel module, the latter takes no stance. It can in principle be implemented in user space e.g. through command-line tools. You can create a custom GenTL driver as outlined here: https://doc.visionappster.com/latest/cameras/drivers/ The process is however quite tedious unless you are familiar with the intricacies of GenICam.
Another option is to create a custom tool for the purpose of getting images from the camera. Currently, this is only possible in C or C++ (see https://doc.visionappster.com/latest/api/tool/c/), but the next release will come with Python support.
@Topi Hmm, ok, so using Arducam's C SDK this sounds doable.
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