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F series vs D series for Cameras

UMall1
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I am considering switching to the F or the D series for my next camera build. Which series is better for a camera? I am looking for something that will rival the Zynq MPSoC EV from Xilinx. I would like something that has video centric features and will be in production for a decade. When will the two series be available at the distributors in chip form (they are already available in eval board format).

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WZ2
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Sorry for the delay due to public holidays. I will solve your issue ASAP~

Thanks for your understanding~

Best regards,


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WZ2
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Hi there,

For more specific, what interface u will used for your camera~


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UMall1
New Contributor I
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The Sensor to FPGA interface is MIPI. FPGA to Host Computer Interface is USB3 or (10Ge - 40Ge). I want a Chipset that will be supported for the next 10 years. This camera will be for a computer vision application. Therefore, a system that is optimized for CV implementation is highly desirable. I am looking for low-cost solutions to H.264/265 engines as well.

 

Have you ever implemented a FPGA (SOC) + GPU solution?

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UMall1
New Contributor I
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The Sensor to FPGA interface is MIPI. FPGA to Host Computer Interface is USB3 or (10Ge - 40Ge). I want a Chipset that will be supported for the next 10 years. This camera will be for a computer vision application. Therefore, a system that is optimized for CV implementation is highly desirable. I am looking for low-cost solutions to H.264/265 engines as well.

 

Have you ever implemented a FPGA (SOC) + GPU solution?

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