No, the display ports are outputs, the camera ports are inputs.stotlemail wrote:Are the camera and display inputs on the IO board the same?
Could I attach four camera modules to the IO board and capture images from each camera module in synch?
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This is IVPort V2, the first Raspberry Pi (It is compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi 1, 2 and 3) 8MP Camera Module V2 Multiplexer designed to connect more than one Camera Module V2 to Raspberry Pi. Connectors: 15 Pin FFC CSI Pinout: RaspberryPi CSI Connector Camera Pinouts Protocol: MIPI Propagation Delay between input and output: 0.5 ns Switching Time fromone channel to other channel: 50ns (it can increase with depending to GPIO delay)
Yes. I see no reason for it not to work, if you don't push everything to unreasonable limits (e.g. don't expect to double your CSI bandwidth just because you added a mux). But, like I said, it does require software support.jbeale wrote:Are you thinking of using the FSA642 MIPI switch to swap the SOC's CSI input lines between two physical cameras without the SOC being aware that it is getting even frames from one camera and odd frames from a different camera?