Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera
The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera comes complete with a 12 MP ultradefinition-resolution camera and interchangeable lenses. It is suitable for professional and consumer applications that require high levels of visual fidelity and integration with specialist optics.
The camera can effectively capture still images and video footage. It is compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi boards from the Raspberry Pi 1 Model B onwards and can be used as a desktop camera. It is useful for applications including machine vision, robotics, industrial and agriculture, as well as home and professional security systems that operate in low ambient light conditions. The camera can be programmed to collect data to support facial and number plate recognition and parking space monitoring.
Professional designers will find the camera and interchangeable lens combinations simple to integrate into monitoring and quality control systems while educators, makers and consumers should enjoy the camera’s capability and functionality for Raspberry Pi projects. The camera is designed to extract more information from the lens to create high-quality, content-rich images that could not be achieved by the existing Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2.
The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera offers a high resolution of 12.3 MP and approximately 50% greater sensitivity than its predecessor for improved low-light performance. It features a circuit board with Sony IMX477 sensor, an FPC cable for connection to a Raspberry Pi computer, a milled aluminium lens mount with integrated tripod mount and focus adjustment ring, and a C- to CS- lens mount adapter. Other lens form factors can be accommodated using third-party lens adapters.
Two interchangeable lenses, a 6 mm wide-angle lens and a 16 mm telephoto lens, can be integrated with the camera’s C- and CS-mount form factors. Users will no longer be limited by fixed lens autofocus cameras, as each interchangeable lens improves the camera’s core functionality as a result of manual focus options including wide and narrow angles and telephoto zoom to identify objects.
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