>From what I recall you have to go through aptina's website to get the datasheet. They normally take a few days to okay you to download a datasheet.
From: RayS [mailto:rays@...]
Sent: Tuesday, August 04, 2009 8:48 AM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Looking for a camera sensor capable of 30 fps to connect to a Gumstix Overo Water
The MT9N001 appears to be a camera (?) do you have a link to the chip datasheet?
In any case I'm most interested in the driver/software side and actually getting the data in via J5. I am interested in the pipeline, but a smaller chip with larger pixels.
I can also often get chips via the instrument company I consult for - I have some top-end 100+MHz 16bit ADCs for instance, usually used for O-scopes. If someone would like some trades that would be good too.
At 08:27 AM 8/4/2009 -0700, charkear wrote:
I have a camera board that I made for the J5 connector on the gumstix. It
uses a 9MP micron sensor MT9N001I12STC. The board is really simple. Has
three voltage regulators some caps and resistors and the micron sensor. It
is 1.1" x 1.1" and uses an M12X.5 lens threaded mount. I have not had the
time to write a driver for it in linux. There are several drivers for
similar sensors available to modify.
If anyone is interested email me. Getting a hold of the micron sensors is
not easy. I got lucky with an Arrow Electronics representative willing to
sell me 5.