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medphysik

There is a lot of commentary on how to connect the ov7670, however,  I am looking for ways to collect the camera's data and display in onto my computer in quicktime.  Any suggestions?

dasaki


There is a lot of commentary on how to connect the ov7670, however,  I am looking for ways to collect the camera's data and display in onto my computer in quicktime.  Any suggestions?


Hi,

I guess your platform is a Mac. Are you using a module with or without FIFO? Why do you want to get it working specifically with quicktime?
I'm working to put together my experiencies, info and code in a new web (it will be called arduvision.com), it is still work in progress. In the meanwhile, I've recently published in my blog (therandomlab.com) some info and code of my setup, streaming 80x60 frames to a processing.org sketch via usb.
I'd love to get feedback of people reproducing my setup and solve any possible doubts/issues.

erummumtaz

HI!
I need help to connect OV7670 Camera without FIFO and save images in SD card using Arduino MEGA2560.

rawia

Salam , dans le cadre  de mon  projet de fin d'étude, s'il vous plaît, j'ai un module de caméra OV7670 j'ai essayé de le programmer avec l'Arduino UNO mais j'ai eu un problème, je ne peux obtenir aucune image Je vous demande , svp ,si quelqu'un a une idée sur ce module camera?? Pouvez vous me donner un montage (correct) et aussi un code pour le faire fonctionner. merciii

Rupert909

What have you tried?

What do you intend to do with the data if you are successful in collecting it?

I think that if those (expletive deleted) cheap skates are going to claim that the camera is Arduino compatible, they should provide a library and sample sketches. Otherwise they are just lying cheats.
Totally agree. I have one of those, as I wanted to read single scan-lines for the camera, for machine vision purposes, but the thing grew horribly complex. I might give it another go some time, but for image processing I will probably prefer using the Raspberry, whose camera worked out of the box, command-line interface at the ready.

Luckily the camera was cheap. Still not worth its cost.
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Ramin985

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Oct 06, 2017, 01:12 pm Last Edit: Oct 06, 2017, 01:25 pm by Ramin985
Hi all,

I already bought a 24 pins OV7670 camera module (640x480 Pixel lens OV7670 CMOS Camera Module+24p Socket 2.5V-3.0V).But I cannot find its datasheet. Today, I found another module on the internet named "Waveshare OV9655 Camera Module" which very much looks like OV7670 module.

It would be my pleasure if someone has any experience working with those modules, share them with me and let me know if the both module are the same. I mean can I use the datasheet of OV9655 for 24 pins OV7670?

Thank you in advance for your help and reply.

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