raspberry pi csi port


i'm working on a project that looks like it will involve the csi port and wanted to ask some questions from those who might have better, real world experience with it. i will be feeding video data in to the port and first wanted to ask about speed and consistency. i found this:  the raspberry pi has a mobile industry processor interface (mipi) camera serial interface type (csi), which facilitates the connection of a small camera to the broadcom bcm processor. this is a camera port providing an electrical bus connection between the two devices. it is a very simple interface and with  s pin, name, purpose. , ground, ground. , cam_dn, data lane . , cam_dp. , ground, ground. , cam_dn, data lane . , cam_dp. , ground, ground. , cam_cn, mipi clock. , cam_cp. , ground, ground. , cam_gpio. , cam_clk. , scl, i²c bus. , sda. , . v, power supply 

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while connecting the camera module to the csi port (located behind the ethernet port) of the raspberry pi board,ensure that camera cable is inserted in right way, ie the blue strip in the flexible cable is towards the ethernet (lan) port. once you are connected,enable the camera software, test the camera and try using it with  at the moment, it seems you can't, but the foundation are apparently planning to sell cameras you can plug in in the future (or at least they were last year):. usually the camera requires two interfaces, the csi or ccp port for the image data coming from the camera, and ic to actually tell the camera what  the raspberry pi's csi interface uses highspeed data lines from the camera to the cpu to get a lot of image data quickly. we've seen builds that reuse these gpios to blink a led, but with a breakout board with additional camera connectors, it's possible to use normal gpio lines in place of the camera port gpios.

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the raspberry pi is a great little computer that gives a whole lot of performance for the small price. i just this is the plugandplaycompatible latest version of the raspbian operating system, making it perfect for timelapse photography, recording video, motion detection and security applications. connect the included ribbon cable to the csi (camera serial interface) port on your raspberry pi, and you are  the faq says that there are csi pins on the board, but there's no drivers/sensor tuning. how difficult will it be to take some of the common raspberry pi camera modules (official and unofficial) and port their drivers/sensor tuning, and how difficult is it to connect to those pins? if that's doable, and there's an  #eanf#

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