I don't want to use an FPGA.
I need to quickly put together a prototype that will relay DCMI data (small resolution camera sensor) to DS90CR285. Here performance doesn't matter that much – later it will be deployed on an FPGA anyway. However before that I wanted to fiddle around with this LVDS driver.
In your opinion is it possible to use FSMC/FMC hardware inside STM32F4 series chips to drive DS90CR285 or is it a complete waste of time?
The way I see it - the chip can be treated as an LCD display with some customisations on the way.
UPD: LVDS must comply with Camera Link protocol in base configuration. Transfers are 12-bit so the overall speed is 115200 Bps.
My question is for those who are familiar with STM's FSMC/FMC behaviour when used in this fashion.