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DCMI bitdepth of STM32H7 for Raw Bayer data

Question asked by M. Jeong on Mar 31, 2018
Latest reply on May 9, 2018 by Nesrine M

Can a STM32H7 capture 12-bits raw bayer progressive video data? For instance, from an OV5642 image sensor?

I'm looking at the reference manual of the MCU. It can be found from the following link.… 

In section 31.2 it's written that 14-bit progressive raw bayer data is supported.

31.2 DCMI main features
•8-, 10-, 12- or 14-bit parallel interface
•Embedded/external line and frame synchronization
•Continuous or snapshot mode
•Crop feature
•Supports the following data formats:
–8/10/12/14- bit progressive video: either monochrome or raw bayer
–YCbCr 4:2:2 progressive video
–RGB 565 progressive video
–Compressed data: JPEG

However, in the section '31.5.1. Data format' only 8-bits is mentioned.

31.5.1 Data formats
Three types of data are supported:
•8-bit progressive video: either monochrome or raw Bayer format
•YCbCr 4:2:2 progressive video
•RGB565 progressive video. A pixel coded in 16 bi
ts (5 bits for blue, 5 bits for red, 6 bits
for green) takes two clock cycles to be transferred.
31.5.2 Monochrome format
•Raster format
•8 bits per pixel

Should one assume that it's just a mistake by ST to omit 10/12/14-bits progressive data format? I asked a similar question last year for F7.  At that time people assumed it's a mistake. But it's confusing that ST makes these statements again. What is correct? Is '12-bit per pixel raw bayer video format' supported?