A visible-blind UV camera based on a 32 × 32 array of backside-illuminated GaN/AlGaN p-i-n photodiodes has been successfully demonstrated. Each of the 1024 photodiodes in the array consists of a base n-type layer of AlGaN (~20%) onto which an undoped GaN layer followed by a p-type GaN layer is deposited by metallorganic vapor phase epitaxy. Double-side polished sapphire wafers are used as transparent substrates. Standard photolithographic, etching, and metallization procedures were employed to obtain fully-processed devices. The photodiode array was hybridized to a silicon readout integrated circuit using In bump bonds. Output from the UV camera was recorded at room temperature at a frame rate of 30 Hz. This new type of visible-blind digital camera is sensitive to radiation from 320 nm to 365 nm in the UV spectral region.