None. That high speed synchronous serial camera is simply not compatible with an Arduino. Nor is USB an option - the Arduino can only be a USB device, which means it cannot talk to another USB device, but only to a USB host.
Generally speaking, trying to put any sort of camera on an Arduino is a severe mistake - not only are there no efficient interfaces, there is also insufficient RAM to do much with the result.
The solitary exception would be buffered cameras permitting slow readout, but even there, it's generally a mistake to try to use a little ATmega for anything image related.
You need to pick a more appropriate platform for your unspecified image tasks. Note that parts selection questions are generally off-topic here.