- Where did you get the camera module(s)?
- Purchased from UCTRONICS
- Model number of the product(s).
- Arducam 12MP*2 Synchronized Stereo Camera Bundle Kit for Raspberry Pi, Two 12.3MP IMX477 Camera Modules with CS Lens and Camarray Stereo Camera HAT
- What hardware/platform were you working on?
- Raspberry Pi 4 b running Rasberry PI OS Bullseye 64 bit (tested also with 32 bit)
- Instructions you have followed. (link/manual/etc.)
- Problems you were having.
The camera is not recognized.
- [email protected]:~ $ vcgencmd get_camera
- supported=0 detected=0, libcamera interfaces=0
- The dmesg log from your hardware.
- see my next reply (too long for this post)
- Troubleshooting attempts you’ve made.
- Tried the recommended steps from above Arducam docs link on both 32 bit and 64 bit Bullseye OS.
- vcgencmd get_camera returns supported=0 detected=0 libcamera interfaces=0
- libcamera-hello returns
Made X/EGL preview window [0:01:49.178002923]  INFO Camera camera_manager.cpp:293 libcamera v0.0.0+3544-22656360 ERROR: *** no cameras available ***
- Verified that the camera is connected correctly by using Enable Legacy Camera Support, running vcgencmd get_camera and verifying that it returned supported=1 detected=1, and then running raspistill -t 0 and raspivid -t 0, which both produce the expected image/video.
- What help do you need?
- Please review the information I have provided and explain what configuration steps need to be taken for Raspberry Pi 4 model B running Bullseye OS to allow vcgencmd get_camera to recognize the camera/hat and how to verify it is working.