I would like to implement a stereo vision tool with low working distance, having camera focus equal about 4-5 centimeters.
In order to achieve this working distance, I bought the 5MP Arducam Auto Focus Camera (SKU: B0176) and through the motorized focus I’m now able to see correctly at required working distance.
In order to implement the stereo vision, I bought the Stereo Vision HAT equipped with the OV5647 Stereo Camera Board, which has instead a working distance above 1 meter.
In the documentation (url: https://www.arducam.com/docs/cameras-for-raspberry-pi/synchronized-stereo-camera-hat/sync-stereo-camera-hat-user-manual/) I found the possibility to replace the native Stereo Camera Board with two cameras, by removing the the resistor and crypto IC. However, I noticed that the board of the Auto Focus Camera is not the declared 5MP V1.3, since it has also the electronics components which ensure the focus motorization.
So, I would like to know if it is possible use the combination of the Stereo Vision HAT + 2 Auto Focus Cameras, and how I have to modify the circuit to ensure the clock sharing and so the synchronization.
I tried to search for the electric scheme of the Auto Focus Camera board (named UC-420 rev. C on the serigraphy), but I was not able to find anything.
Is it possible what I try to achieve? How should I proceed?
Maria Chiara Bello