Could the arduino Due take and send image data from 5MP camera module to PC in the following condition?
- frame rate = 1fps
- resolution = 2592 x 1944
- format = 10 bit bayer raw RGB
- interface : parallel ports (DVP) between camera and Due spi between Due and PC(or SD card)
- FIFO(frame buffer): would not be used
- SDRAM: would not be used (But if it is needed, I would SDRAM via spi. Also I can use a frame buffer like AL422B. But if it is possible I would avoid using them.)
The camera would send 50Mbit image data per second and they will be transferred via 8 parallel lines(D0~D7) to the Due. And then they would go to PC directly or after passing SDRAM. But how can one evaluate if the 84Mhz is enough to do this job by calculation?
Arduino Due specs https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/arduinoBoardDue
camera module example (OV5642) http://www.uctronics.com/cmos-camera-adapter-board-for-omnivision-image-sensor-p-248l.html But this is not what I want to use. In my project I need to build a camera module and it would not include FIFO unless it's highly recommended.