I've been searching cameras to use on a the Arduino DUE for an Arduino-based space mission at my school's satellite lab. The better cameras including FLIR camera sensors don't seem to have much support for the Arduino as many struggle with getting them to work, yet appear successful throughout countless examples on the Raspberry pi's. Is there a reason for this?
All I can think of is that since the Arduino DUE uses an Arm Cortex M, less software development has been accomplished as most Arduinos don't use Arm processors while raspberry pi's have had much more support for their Arm Cortex A's. What can it be? I see the Arduino Portenta H7 has a specified camera interface which I have yet to look into..