Hi Asa ,
camRgb.setSensorCrop(x,y), it's used for
video cropping (img below). By default, it will be center cropped (so
setSensorCrop(0.25, 0.25)), but you could also configure it to get top-left quarter of the img (
.setSensorCrop(0, 0)), or bottom-right quarter of the img (
# camRgb,setSensorCrop(0.25, 0.25) # By default already, center crop
It doesn't actually do on-sensor crop (and MIPI stream only that region), but it does crop in postprocessing on RVC. I will update the documentation for this function as well.