Luxonis OAK-D Pro Camera (auto-focus)

Luxonis OAK-D Pro Camera

Luxonis OAK-D Pro Camera (auto-focus)
Luxonis | A-000000-06213
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The OAK-D Pro is an improved version of the OAK-D, with an IR laser dot projector (active stereo) and IR illumination (for night vision).

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Pro version of the OAK

Smaller and lighter than the OAK-D, the Luxonis OAK-D Pro camera offers 4 TOPS of processing power and the ability to run any AI model. It has an IR illumination LED (for night vision) and an IR laser dot projector (active stereo).

The laser dot projector projects lots of small dots in front of the device, which helps with disparity matching, especially for low-visual-interest surfaces (blank surfaces with little or no texture) such as walls and floors.

OAK-D Pro night vision

The infrared illumination LED enables vision in low-light and lightless areas.

It offers the same features as the OAK-D-S2, the only difference being its dot projector / LED lighting.

Comes in 2 versions

You can choose between the OAK-D Pro, which is the basic version, and the OAK-D Pro PoE, which is a more robust version with an IP65 enclosure.

The OAK-D Pro includes a USB-C connector for power and connectivity, compatible with USB2 and USB3 ports.

The OAK-D Pro Poe has an industrial M12 PoE connector (instead of a single RJ45), and an M8 connector for IO connectivity that’s ideal for industrial and outdoor use.

Choosing the right focus

Both models come with the auto-focus and fixed-focus features:

  • Auto-focus: recommended for close objects between 10 cm to 50 cm of the device (see video). They can also be manually set to a specific focus position utilizing the DepthAI API.
  • Fixed-focus: recommended for heavy-vibration applications, such as drones, lawnmowers, or vehicles (see video)
DFOV / HFOV / VFOV78° / 66° / 54°81° / 69° / 55°
Resolution12MP (4032x3040)12MP (4032x3040)
FocusAF 8cm - ∞FF : 50cm - ∞
Max Framerate60 FPS60 FPS

Why choose a Luxonis camera?

The Luxonis stereo cameras feature built-in image processing, which considerably relieves the load on your robot’s computer or other device. They’re also ultra-quick to set up – you can launch a first script in less than 30 seconds. Each camera uses DepthAI with a wide range of features: stereo depth, 3D object location, object tracking, encoding, etc. And each camera can be used either alone or with a NVIDIA Xavier Jetson, Raspberry Pi or other nanocomputer.

This product is a Class 1 laser product under international standard EN/IEC 60825-1, edition 3 (2014).

Technical specifications of the OAK-D Pro RGB camera


  • USB-C connector for both power and communication, supporting USB2 and USB3 protocols (5Gbps / 10Gbps)
  • IR illumination LED: allows perceiving low-light and no-light environments
  • IR laser dot projector (active stereo): improves depth perception, especially for low-visual-interest surfaces (little or no surface texture)
  • 4 TOPS of processing power (1.4 TOPS for AI)
  • Run any AI model, even custom architectured/built ones
  • Encoding: H.264, H.265, MJPEG - 4K/30FPS, 1080P/60FPS
  • Computer vision: warp/dewarp, resize, crop, edge detection, feature tracking
  • Object tracking: 2D and 3D tracking
  • Dimension: 97x29.5x22.9 mm
  • Weight: 91g

Package includes:

  • OAK-D Pro camera
  • Y-Adapter
  • Cable USB-CA-1m


  • M12 X-Coded Ethernet, 802.3af PoE, 1 Gbps Ethernet
  • M8 connector with quite a bit of IO flexibility, including USB2 host
  • IP65 Sealed casing/protection
  • Dimensions: 111x40x31.3mm
  • Weight:184 g

Package includes:

  • OAK-D Pro PoE camera
  • M12 plug to RJ45 cable, 2m
  • M8 plug male to male cable, 2m
  • Cleaning cloth

PoE injectors are not included in the package.

Which OAK is right for you?

Compare OAK cameras and choose the models that best suit your needs

Stereo VisionNoYesYesYes
Night VisionNoNoNoYes
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Wide Angle SupportNoNoYesYes
ConnectionUSB ou PoEUSBUSB ou PoEUSB ou PoE
Image sensorIMX378IMX214IMX378IMX378

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