I2C Driver ConfigurationRETAIN/CHANGERemark
Use I2C Driver  RETAINI2C Driver is Automatically Selected, when the Camera driver is selected.
 Driver Implementation CHANGEDefault is Dynamic. Change this to STATIC. The currently available driver for the Camera module supports only static implementation of I2C.
 Static Driver Type CHANGEDefault is BUFFER_MODEL_STATIC. Change this to BYTE_MODEL_STATIC. The BUFFER_MODEL_STATIC implementation of I2C is not supported by the Camera driver in current version of MPLAB Harmony.
 Interrupt Mode RETAINUnchecked by Default. Retain this.
 Number of I2C Driver Instances RETAINDefault value is 1. Retain this. You require a single driver instance for this demo.
 I2C Driver Instance 0 RETAINSelected by default. Retain this.
  I2C Module IDCHANGEDefault is I2C_ID_1. Change this to I2C_ID_3, because the camera module is connected to I2C3 port pins.
  Operation ModeRETAINThe I2C will be in Master mode. Retain the selected default, DRV_I2C_MODE_MASTER
  Baud Rate Generator ClockRETAINDefaults to 100000000. This is derived from the Peripheral bus 2 clock.
  I2C Clock FrequencyRETAINDefault value of 50 KHz for I2C CLOCK FREQUENCY. Retain this.
  Slew Rate ControlRETAINRetain Slew Rate Control unchecked. This function enables the I2C module to use high frequency signalling, allowing it to use the 400 kHz and 1 MHz signalling rates.
  Power StateRETAINRetain default value of SYS_MODULE_POWER_RUN_FULL for Power State. You would want to run the I2C module in normal power mode.