Raspberry Pi Cameras

24 products


  • Last stock! Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera Module

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera Module

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    3 in stock

    The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera offers higher resolution (12 megapixels, compared to 8 megapixels), and sensitivity (approximately 50% greater area per pixel for improved low-light performance) than the existing Camera Module v2, and is designed to work with interchangeable lenses in both C and CS Mount form factors. Other lens form factors can be accommodated using third-party lens adapters. Specifications Sensor Sony IMX477R stacked, back-illuminated sensor12.3 megapixels7.9 mm sensor diagonal1.55 x 1.55 μm pixel size Output RAW12/10/8, COMP8 Back focus Adjustable (12.5–22.4 mm) Lens standards CS MountC Mount (C/CS adapter included) IR cut filter Integrated Ribbon cable length 200 mm Tripod mount 1/4”-20 Included 1x Circuit board carrying a Sony IMX477 sensor 1x FPC cable for connection to a Raspberry Pi 1x Milled aluminium lens mount with integrated tripod mount and focus adjustment ring 1x C/CS Mount adapter Required C/CS Mount Lens

    3 in stock

    € 59,95

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  • 16 mm C-mount Lens (10 MP) for Raspberry Pi HQ Camera Module

    Raspberry Pi Foundation 16 mm C-mount Lens (10 MP) for Raspberry Pi HQ Camera Module

    The 16 mm lens provides a higher quality image than the 6 mm lens. It has a narrow angle of view which is more suited to viewing distant objects. Specifications Resolution 10 MegaPixel Image format 1' Focal length 16 mm Aperture F1.4-16 Mount C Field Angle 1'Field Angle 2/3'Field Angle 1/1.8'Field Angle 1/2' 44.6° × 33.6°30.0° × 23.2°24.7° × 18.6°21.8° × 16.4° Back Focal Length 17.53 mm Optical Length 67.53 mm Distortion 1'(-0.7%) 1/2'(-0.5%) 1/3'(-0.15%) M.O.D. 0.2 m Dimension 39 × 50 mm Weight 133.7 g

    € 64,95

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  • 6 mm CS-mount Lens (3 MP) for Raspberry Pi HQ Camera Module

    Raspberry Pi Foundation 6 mm CS-mount Lens (3 MP) for Raspberry Pi HQ Camera Module

    This lens is suitable for basic photography. It can also be used for macro photography because it can focus objects at very short distances. Specifications Image format 1/2' Focal length 6 mm Resolution 3 MegaPixel Aperture F1.2 Mount CS Field Angle 63° M.O.D. 0.2 m Back Focal Length 7.53 mm Dimension 30 x 34 mm Weight 53 g

    € 32,95

    Members € 29,66

  • Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is a compact camera from Raspberry Pi. It offers an IMX708 12-megapixel sensor with HDR, and features phase detection autofocus. Camera Module 3 is available in standard and wide-angle variants, both of which are available with or without an infrared cut filter. Camera Module 3 can be used to take full HD video as well as stills photographs, and features an HDR mode up to 3 megapixels. Its operation is fully supported by the libcamera library, including Camera Module 3’s rapid autofocus feature: this makes it easy for beginners to use, while offering plenty for advanced users. Camera Module 3 is compatible with all Raspberry Pi computers. All variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 feature: Back-illuminated and stacked CMOS 12-megapixel image sensor (Sony IMX708) High signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) Built-in 2D Dynamic Defect Pixel Correction (DPC) Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) for rapid autofocus QBC Re-mosaic function HDR mode (up to 3 megapixel output) CSI-2 serial data output 2-wire serial communication (supports I²C fast mode and fast-mode plus) 2-wire serial control of focus mechanism Specifications Sensor Sony IMX708 Resolution 11.9 MP Sensor size 7.4 mm sensor diagonal Pixel size 1.4 x 1.4 µm Horizontal/vertical 4608 x 2592 pixels Common video modes 1080p50, 720p100, 480p120 Output RAW10 IR cut filter Integrated in standard variants; not present in NoIR variants Autofocus system Phase Detection Autofocus Ribbon cable length 200 mm Cable connector 15 x 1 mm FPC Dimensions 25 x 24 x 11.5 mm (12.4 mm height for Wide variants) Variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 NoIR Camera Module 3 Wide Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR Focus range 10 cm - ∞ 10 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ Focal length 4.74 mm 4.74 mm 2.75 mm 2.75 mm Diagonal field of view 75 degrees 75 degrees 120 degrees 120 degrees Horizontal field of view 66 degrees 66 degrees 102 degrees 102 degrees Vertical field of view 41 degrees 41 degrees 67 degrees 67 degrees Focal ratio (F-stop) F1.8 F1.8 F2.2 F2.2 Infrared-sensitive No Yes No Yes Downloads GitHub Documentation

    € 32,95

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  • Adjustable Raspberry Pi Camera Mount & Protector

    Adjustable Raspberry Pi Camera Mount & Protector

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    Features Simple slide angle adjustment Camera Module protection 'sandwich' plates Made from crystal clear laser-cut acrylic in the UK 1/4 inch hole for tripod mounting Stable 4-leg base Here you can find the Assembly Instructions.

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    € 9,95

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  • The Official Raspberry Pi Camera Guide

    Raspberry Pi Foundation The Official Raspberry Pi Camera Guide

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    Take pictures and shoot video with your Raspberry Pi. Connecting a High Quality Camera or Camera Module turns your favourite credit-card-sized computer into a powerful digital camera. Learn how to set up and control the camera to capture stills and video footage. Discover the numerous modes and effects available, and use the camera in a variety of exciting projects across 17 packed chapters: Set up the new High Quality Camera, attach a lens, and start capturing images Take selfies and shoot stop-motion videos Build a wildlife camera and also an underwater one Make a smart door with a video doorbell Set up a security camera to monitor your home And much, much more!

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    € 19,95

    Members € 17,96

  • Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is a compact camera from Raspberry Pi. It offers an IMX708 12-megapixel sensor with HDR, and features phase detection autofocus. Camera Module 3 is available in standard and wide-angle variants, both of which are available with or without an infrared cut filter. Camera Module 3 can be used to take full HD video as well as stills photographs, and features an HDR mode up to 3 megapixels. Its operation is fully supported by the libcamera library, including Camera Module 3’s rapid autofocus feature: this makes it easy for beginners to use, while offering plenty for advanced users. Camera Module 3 is compatible with all Raspberry Pi computers. All variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 feature: Back-illuminated and stacked CMOS 12-megapixel image sensor (Sony IMX708) High signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) Built-in 2D Dynamic Defect Pixel Correction (DPC) Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) for rapid autofocus QBC Re-mosaic function HDR mode (up to 3 megapixel output) CSI-2 serial data output 2-wire serial communication (supports I²C fast mode and fast-mode plus) 2-wire serial control of focus mechanism Specifications Sensor Sony IMX708 Resolution 11.9 MP Sensor size 7.4 mm sensor diagonal Pixel size 1.4 x 1.4 µm Horizontal/vertical 4608 x 2592 pixels Common video modes 1080p50, 720p100, 480p120 Output RAW10 IR cut filter Integrated in standard variants; not present in NoIR variants Autofocus system Phase Detection Autofocus Ribbon cable length 200 mm Cable connector 15 x 1 mm FPC Dimensions 25 x 24 x 11.5 mm (12.4 mm height for Wide variants) Variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 NoIR Camera Module 3 Wide Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR Focus range 10 cm - ∞ 10 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ Focal length 4.74 mm 4.74 mm 2.75 mm 2.75 mm Diagonal field of view 75 degrees 75 degrees 120 degrees 120 degrees Horizontal field of view 66 degrees 66 degrees 102 degrees 102 degrees Vertical field of view 41 degrees 41 degrees 67 degrees 67 degrees Focal ratio (F-stop) F1.8 F1.8 F2.2 F2.2 Infrared-sensitive No Yes No Yes Downloads GitHub Documentation

    € 42,95

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  • Last stock! THine Cable Extension Kit for Raspberry Pi Camera

    THine Solutions THine Cable Extension Kit for Raspberry Pi Camera

    This is a plug-and-play cable extension kit for Raspberry Pi Camera and Computer system. The kit is compatible with the Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2 (version 2.1), HQ Camera, and defined modes of the 1.3 RPi Camera Module. It extends the cable length up to 20 meters from the Camera to the RPi Computer with a regular LAN Cable. The extension capability is driven by THine’s V-by-One HS technology whose configuration is pre-tuned for easy plug and play installation. There is no need to software set up or coding. The kit works as if the Camera were directly connected to the Computer. Features Up to 20-meter cable extension Supporting most LAN Cables Plug and Play connection No software configuration needed V-by-One HS Technology Applications All Raspberry Pi applications where physical separation of the Camera from the Computer is desirable. Downloads Quick Start Guide Datasheet

    € 79,95

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  •  -10% Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Module V2

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Module V2

    The infrared Raspberry Pi (NoIR) Camera Module V2 has a Sony IMX219 8-megapixel sensor (compared to the 5-megapixel OmniVision OV5647 sensor of the original camera). The RPi NoIR gives you everything the regular Camera Module offers, with one difference: it does not employ an infrared filter (NoIR = No Infrared). This means that pictures you take by daylight will look decidedly curious, but it gives you the ability to see in the dark with infrared lighting. The camera works with all models of Raspberry Pi. Still resolution 8 Megapixels Video modes 1080p30, 720p60 and 640 x 480p60/90 Linux integration V4L2 driver available C programming API OpenMAX IL and others available Sensor Sony IMX219 Sensor resolution 3280 x 2464 pixels Sensor image area 3.68 x 2.76 mm (4.6 mm diagonal) Pixel size 1.12 x 1.12 µm Optical size 1/4' Focal length 3.04 mm Horizontal field of view 62.2 degrees Vertical field of view 48.8 degrees Focal ratio (F-Stop) 2.0 Weight 3 g Size 25 x 24 x 9 mm

    € 29,95€ 26,95

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  • Raspberry Pi HDMI to CSI-2 Adapter Board (supports up to 1080p25fps)

    Kuongshun Raspberry Pi HDMI to CSI-2 Adapter Board (supports up to 1080p25fps)

    Input signal: HDMI; Output signal: CSI; HDMI Input: 720p50\720p60\1080i50\1080p25 Function: HDMI to CSI-2 Limitation: HDMI input supports up to 1080p25fps Usage: Same as standard Raspberry Pi camera Chip: Toshiba TC358743XBG Compatible with: Raspberry Pi 4B/3B+/3B/2B/B+/3A+/Pi Zero/Zero W

    € 49,95

    Members € 44,96

  •  -10% Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2

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    The Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2 has a Sony IMX219 8-megapixel sensor (compared to the 5-megapixel OmniVision OV5647 sensor of the original camera).The Camera Module can be used to take high-definition video, as well as stills photographs. It’s easy to use for beginners, but has plenty to offer advanced users if you’re looking to expand your knowledge. There are lots of examples online of people using it for time-lapse, slow-motion, and other video cleverness.The new sensor supports 1080p30, 720p60 and VGA90 video modes, as well as still capture. It attaches via a 15 cm ribbon cable to the CSI port on the Raspberry Pi.The camera works with all models of Raspberry Pi. Still resolution 8 Megapixels Video modes 1080p30, 720p60 and 640 x 480p60/90 Linux integration V4L2 driver available C programming API OpenMAX IL and others available Sensor Sony IMX219 Sensor resolution 3280 x 2464 pixels Sensor image area 3.68 x 2.76 mm (4.6 mm diagonal) Pixel size 1.12 x 1.12 µm Optical size 1/4' Focal length 3.04 mm Horizontal field of view 62.2 degrees Vertical field of view 48.8 degrees Focal ratio (F-Stop) 2.0 Weight 3 g Size 25 x 24 x 9 mm

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    € 29,95€ 26,95

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  • Last stock! Naturebytes Wildlife Camera Case for Raspberry Pi

    Naturebytes Wildlife Camera Case for Raspberry Pi

    Weatherproof (certified IP55) Fresnel IR lens to optimize motion detection Mount compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi (all A, B, and Zero models) Easy access to the Raspberry Pi’s internal components and ports Can be secured with a padlock Nylon camera attachment strap for securing outside Rear cable access Fasteners and spacers for attaching electronics No soldering required Rear attachments for modular upgrades Please note, you need to provide a Raspberry Pi.

    € 59,95

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  • Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Wide

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Wide

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is a compact camera from Raspberry Pi. It offers an IMX708 12-megapixel sensor with HDR, and features phase detection autofocus. Camera Module 3 is available in standard and wide-angle variants, both of which are available with or without an infrared cut filter. Camera Module 3 can be used to take full HD video as well as stills photographs, and features an HDR mode up to 3 megapixels. Its operation is fully supported by the libcamera library, including Camera Module 3’s rapid autofocus feature: this makes it easy for beginners to use, while offering plenty for advanced users. Camera Module 3 is compatible with all Raspberry Pi computers. All variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 feature: Back-illuminated and stacked CMOS 12-megapixel image sensor (Sony IMX708) High signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) Built-in 2D Dynamic Defect Pixel Correction (DPC) Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) for rapid autofocus QBC Re-mosaic function HDR mode (up to 3 megapixel output) CSI-2 serial data output 2-wire serial communication (supports I²C fast mode and fast-mode plus) 2-wire serial control of focus mechanism Specifications Sensor Sony IMX708 Resolution 11.9 MP Sensor size 7.4 mm sensor diagonal Pixel size 1.4 x 1.4 µm Horizontal/vertical 4608 x 2592 pixels Common video modes 1080p50, 720p100, 480p120 Output RAW10 IR cut filter Integrated in standard variants; not present in NoIR variants Autofocus system Phase Detection Autofocus Ribbon cable length 200 mm Cable connector 15 x 1 mm FPC Dimensions 25 x 24 x 11.5 mm (12.4 mm height for Wide variants) Variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 NoIR Camera Module 3 Wide Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR Focus range 10 cm - ∞ 10 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ Focal length 4.74 mm 4.74 mm 2.75 mm 2.75 mm Diagonal field of view 75 degrees 75 degrees 120 degrees 120 degrees Horizontal field of view 66 degrees 66 degrees 102 degrees 102 degrees Vertical field of view 41 degrees 41 degrees 67 degrees 67 degrees Focal ratio (F-stop) F1.8 F1.8 F2.2 F2.2 Infrared-sensitive No Yes No Yes Downloads GitHub Documentation

    € 42,95

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  • Pimoroni Lens for the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera (0.12-1.8x)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Lens for the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera (0.12-1.8x)

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    It features a knurled adjustment ring to move the main lens for zoom-factor, you then focus by changing the distance to the subject. The satin-black main barrel has a diameter of 39mm nominal for the most part if you want to build a mount and it comes with 2 lens caps for the top and base. The whole lens is 107mm long.

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    € 34,95

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  • Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 NoIR

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 NoIR

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is a compact camera from Raspberry Pi. It offers an IMX708 12-megapixel sensor with HDR, and features phase detection autofocus. Camera Module 3 is available in standard and wide-angle variants, both of which are available with or without an infrared cut filter. Camera Module 3 can be used to take full HD video as well as stills photographs, and features an HDR mode up to 3 megapixels. Its operation is fully supported by the libcamera library, including Camera Module 3’s rapid autofocus feature: this makes it easy for beginners to use, while offering plenty for advanced users. Camera Module 3 is compatible with all Raspberry Pi computers. All variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 feature: Back-illuminated and stacked CMOS 12-megapixel image sensor (Sony IMX708) High signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) Built-in 2D Dynamic Defect Pixel Correction (DPC) Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) for rapid autofocus QBC Re-mosaic function HDR mode (up to 3 megapixel output) CSI-2 serial data output 2-wire serial communication (supports I²C fast mode and fast-mode plus) 2-wire serial control of focus mechanism Specifications Sensor Sony IMX708 Resolution 11.9 MP Sensor size 7.4 mm sensor diagonal Pixel size 1.4 x 1.4 µm Horizontal/vertical 4608 x 2592 pixels Common video modes 1080p50, 720p100, 480p120 Output RAW10 IR cut filter Integrated in standard variants; not present in NoIR variants Autofocus system Phase Detection Autofocus Ribbon cable length 200 mm Cable connector 15 x 1 mm FPC Dimensions 25 x 24 x 11.5 mm (12.4 mm height for Wide variants) Variants of Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 Camera Module 3 NoIR Camera Module 3 Wide Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR Focus range 10 cm - ∞ 10 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ 5 cm - ∞ Focal length 4.74 mm 4.74 mm 2.75 mm 2.75 mm Diagonal field of view 75 degrees 75 degrees 120 degrees 120 degrees Horizontal field of view 66 degrees 66 degrees 102 degrees 102 degrees Vertical field of view 41 degrees 41 degrees 67 degrees 67 degrees Focal ratio (F-stop) F1.8 F1.8 F2.2 F2.2 Infrared-sensitive No Yes No Yes Downloads GitHub Documentation

    € 32,95

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  •  -29% Adafruit Zero Spy Camera for Raspberry Pi Zero (160 Degree Focal Angle)

    Adafruit Adafruit Zero Spy Camera for Raspberry Pi Zero (160 Degree Focal Angle)

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    Is your house haunted? Or, rather, are you convinced that your house is haunted but have never been able to prove it since you've never had a camera that integrated with your Raspberry Pi Zero but was still small enough that the ghosts wouldn't notice it? Luckily, the spy camera for Raspberry Pi Zero is smaller than a thumbnail with a high enough resolution to see people, ghosts, or whatever it is you're looking for. It's about the size of a cell phone camera – the module being just 8.6 x 8.6 mm – with only a 2" cable, so you can create an extra compact and sneaky little spy cam. It has a 160-degree focal angle for a very wide/distorted fisheye effect that's great for security systems or watching a big swath of the living room or roadway. Like the Raspberry Pi camera board, it attaches to your Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 or Zero W by way of the small socket on the board's edge closest to the "PWR in" port. This interface uses the dedicated CSI interface, which was designed especially for interfacing to cameras. The CSI bus is capable of extremely high data rates, and it exclusively carries pixel data. The camera is connected to the BCM2835 processor on the RPi via the CSI bus, a higher bandwidth link which carries pixel data from the camera back to the processor. This bus travels along the ribbon cable that attaches the camera board to the Pi. The ribbon cables are compatible with both the RPi Zero v1.3 and RPi Zero W. The sensor itself has a native resolution of 5 megapixels and has a fixed focus lens onboard. It has similar specs as the original RPi camera, but is not as high-res as the new RPi camera v2! Specifications Camera Module Dimensions: 8.6  x 8.6 mm Lens Diameter: 10 mm Total Length: 60 mm Lens Focal Angle: 160 degrees Weight: 1.9 g

    € 34,95€ 24,95

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  • Last stock! Pieye Nimbus 3D ToF Camera Module for Raspberry Pi

    Pieye Nimbus 3D ToF Camera Module for Raspberry Pi

    1 in stock

    Time-of-Flight Measuring principle The time-of-flight technology has been successfully established on the market for many years. Nimbus 3D is now making this technology available for the first time for the Raspberry Pi. With time-of-flight technology, the distance between objects and the camera is measured via the light propagation time using modulated light pulses. Applications The compact design opens up a multitude of new applications. From people counting to gesture control to surveying tasks, there is no limit to the imagination. Open source software Together with open-source software and the connection to the Raspberry Pi Linux kernel, Nimbus 3D is a ready out-of-the-box solution. The included sample code for python, javascript and C completes the plug-and-play experience. And best of all: the complete software is open-source! Join the community at github.com and contribute your part to the development of nimbus 3D. Technical specifications Resolution: 352 x 288 Measuring range: 0.1 m - 5 m Angle of view: 66° x 54° (H x V) Framerate: up to 30fps Imager: Infineon REAL3 IRS1125A Output: 3D point cloud, amplitude, radial and confidence

    1 in stock

    € 309,00

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  • Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera Module (M12 Mount)

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera Module (M12 Mount)

    The Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera is an affordable high-quality camera from Raspberry Pi. It offers 12-megapixel resolution and a 7.9-mm diagonal sensor for impressive low-light performance. The M12 Mount variant is designed to work with most interchangeable M12 lenses, and the CS Mount variant is designed to work with interchangeable lenses in both CS and C mount form factors (C mount lenses require the use of the C-CS adapter included with this variant). Other lens form factors can be accommodated using third-party lens adapters. The High Quality Camera is well suited to industrial and consumer applications, including security cameras, which require the highest levels of visual fidelity and/ or integration with specialist optics. It is compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi from Model B onwards. Specifications Sensor Sony IMX477R stacked, back-illuminated sensor Resolution 12.3 megapixels Sensor size 7.9 mm sensor diagonal Pixel size 1.55 x 1.55 μm Output RAW12/10/8, COMP8 Back focus length of lens 2.6–11.8 mm (M12 Mount variant)12.5–22.4 mm (CS Mount variant) Lens sensor format 1/2.3” (7.9 mm) or larger IR cut filter Integrated Ribbon cable length 200 mm Tripod mount 1/4”-20 Included 1x Circuit board carrying a Sony IMX477 sensor 1x FPC cable for connection to a Raspberry Pi computer 1x Milled aluminium lens mount with integrated tripod mount 1x C to CS mount adapter 3x Lens locking rings Required M12 Mount Lens

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  • Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera

    The Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera is a specialised 1.6 MP camera from Raspberry Pi that is able to capture rapid motion without introducing artefacts typical of rolling shutter cameras. It is ideally suited to fast motion photography and to machine vision applications, where even small amounts of distortion can seriously degrade inference performance.With a large pixel size of 3.45 x 3.45 μm providing high light sensitivity, the Global Shutter Camera can operate with short exposure times (as low as 30 μs with adequate lighting), an advantage for high-speed photography.It features a 1.6 MP Sony IMX296 sensor, and it has the same C/CS-mount lens assembly as the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera, for compatibility with the same broad variety of lenses. In common with other global shutter sensors, the IMX296 has a lower resolution than similarly sized rolling shutter sensors; a low pixel count is appropriate for machine vision applications, where high-resolution images are challenging to process in real time. The Global Shutter Camera's lower resolution means that with appropriate lens magnification, an image suitable for processing by a machine vision model can be captured natively.The Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera is compatible with any Raspberry Pi computer that has a CSI connector.Specifications Form factor 38 x 38 x 19.8 mm (29.5 mm adapter and dust cap) Weight 34 g (41 g with adapter and dust cap) Sensor Sony IMX296LQR-C Resolution 1.58 MP (color) Sensor size 6.3 mm (sensor diagonal) Pixel size 3.45 x 3.45 μm Output RAW10 Back focus length of lens Adjustable (12.5-22.4 mm) Lens standards CS-MountC-Mount (C-CS adapter included) IR cut filter Integrated Ribbon cable length 150 mm Included accessories C-CS mount adapterScrewdriver Tripod mount 1/4”-20 Included Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera C-CS mount adapter Screwdriver Ribbon cable (150 mm) DownloadsDatasheet

    € 59,95

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  • M12 Mount Wide-Angle Lens (12 MP, 2.7 mm)

    M12 Mount Wide-Angle Lens (12 MP, 2.7 mm)

    M12 Mount Wide-Angle Lens (12 MP, 2.7 mm)

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  • M12 Mount Lens (5 MP, 25 mm)

    M12 Mount Lens (5 MP, 25 mm)

    M12 Mount Lens (5 MP, 25 mm)

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  • M12 Mount Lens (12 MP, 8 mm)

    M12 Mount Lens (12 MP, 8 mm)

    M12 Mount Lens (12 MP, 8 mm)

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  • Waveshare SC3336 3 MP Camera Module (B)

    Waveshare Waveshare SC3336 3 MP Camera Module (B)

    This camera module adopts a SmartSens SC3336 sensor chip with 3 MP resolution. It features high sensitivity, high SNR, and low light performance and it is capable of a more delicate and vivid night vision imaging effect, and can better adapt to ambient light changes. Also, it is compatible with Luckfox Pico series boards. Specifications Sensor Sensor: SC3336 CMOS size: 1/2.8" Pixels: 3 MP Static resolution: 2304x1296 Maximum video frame rate: 30fps Shutter: Rolling shutter Lens Focal length: 3.95 mm Aperture: F2.0 FOV: 98.3° (diagonal) Distortion: <33% Focusing: Manual focus Downloads Wiki

    € 16,95

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  • THine Camera Cable Extension Kit for Raspberry Pi (THSER102)

    THine Solutions THine Camera Cable Extension Kit for Raspberry Pi (THSER102)

    THSER102 is a plug-and-play cable extension kit for Raspberry Pi Camera Modules. The kit is compatible with Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3, in addition to Camera V2 (version 2.1), HQ/Global Shutter Camera, and defined modes of the Raspberry Pi Camera Module V1.3. The THSER102 extends the cable length for >10 meters between the Raspberry Pi Camera Module and the Computer with a standard LAN Cable. There is no need for software or coding. THSER102 works as if the Raspberry Pi Camera were directly connected to the computer. The THSER102 also supports advanced applications. HAT on HAT support allows to use another HAT board on top of THSER102 Rx Board. 3ch GPIO Extension allows extending GPIO communication between the camera location and the computer. Features Supporting all Raspberry Pi Camera Modules including Camera Module 3 >10-meter Cable Extension Plug and Play No software configuration is needed. Camera works as if THSER102 not exists. Advanced Applications Supported HAT on HAT 3ch GPIO Extension Included 1x Tx Board 1x Rx Board 1x LAN Cable (2 m) 2x Flat Flex Cables 1x Pin Header 6x Mounting Screws for Rx Board 3x Longer Spacers for Rx Board 4x Mounting screws for Tx Board (for Camera V2 only) 4x Shorter Spacers for Tx Board (for Camera V2 only) 4x Mounting Nuts for Tx Board (for Camera V2 only) Downloads Datasheet

    € 84,95

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Raspberry Pi Camera

Raspberry Pi Camera's zijn onmisbare hulpmiddelen voor makers en hobbyisten die zich bezighouden met elektronica en technologie. Deze camera's bieden een scala aan mogelijkheden, van het maken van foto's en video's tot het bouwen van slimme beveiligingscamera's, robots en het creëren van indrukwekkende time-lapse video's.

Door de verschillende toepassingen van de Pi Camera's te begrijpen en te leren hoe ze moeten worden gebruikt, kunnen makers hun projecten naar een hoger niveau tillen en hun creativiteit de vrije loop laten.

Dit zijn de meest verkochte Raspberry Pi Camera's

Scherper en gedetailleerde met 12 megapixel Pi camera

De Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera biedt scherpere en gedetailleerdere beelden met zijn hogere resolutie van 12 megapixels. Dankzij de hogere gevoeligheid biedt de camera betere prestaties bij weinig licht, waardoor de camera goed bruikbaar is in verschillende omstandigheden.

Bovendien is de camera compatibel met alle modellen van de Raspberry Pi, wat gemakkelijk in gebruik is en toepasbaar op verschillende projecten. Dankzij de mogelijkheid om de lens aan te passen aan de specifieke behoeften van het project, biedt de Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera veel flexibiliteit.

Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera

De Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera heeft een hogere resolutie en gevoeligheid dan de bestaande Camera Module v2, en is ontworpen om te werken met verwisselbare lenzen voor meer flexibiliteit in gebruik.

Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3

De Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 biedt hoge resolutie en levendige beelden met HDR, snelle en nauwkeurige autofocus en gemakkelijke integratie in projecten dankzij zijn CSI-2 seriële gegevensuitvoer.

Heb je behoefte aan bredere beeldhoeken, kies dan voor de Module 3 Wide. Deze Raspberry camera is beschikbaar in groothoekvariant voor bredere beeldhoeken

Robuuste en verstelbare mount voor de Raspberry Pi Camera Module

De Adjustable Raspberry Pi Camera Mount & Protector is een robuuste en verstelbare mount voor de Raspberry Pi Camera Module, met 'sandwich' platen die de camera lens beschermen tegen schade.

Met de eenvoudig verstelbare mount en 1/4 inch gat voor statief montage is stabiele plaatsing van de camera gemakkelijk te realiseren. De stabiele 4-poot basis zorgt voor betrouwbare plaatsing van de camera.

Dit is hoe je jouw Pi Camera aansluit op je Raspberry Pi

Het aansluiten van jouw camera op je Raspberry Pi is heel eenvoudig met deze 11 stappen:

  1. Controleer of je Raspberry Pi board is uitgeschakeld en niet is aangesloten op een stroombron.
  2. Zoek de camera aansluiting op het Raspberry Pi board. Afhankelijk van het type board kan deze aansluiting verschillen.
  3. Verwijder het plastic beschermlaagje op de cameraconnector en zorg ervoor dat de metalen pinnen zichtbaar zijn.
  4. Sluit de cameraconnector aan op de aansluiting op het Raspberry Pi board.
  5. Zet de Raspberry Pi aan en open het terminalvenster.
  6. Voer de opdracht "sudo raspi-config" uit om de configuratie-instellingen te openen.
  7. Selecteer "Interface Options" en vervolgens "Camera" om de camera-interface in te schakelen.
  8. Selecteer "Finish" om de configuratie-instellingen te verlaten en het systeem opnieuw op te starten.
  9. Test de camera door de terminal te openen en de opdracht "raspistill -o test.jpg" uit te voeren. Hiermee wordt een foto gemaakt en opgeslagen als "test.jpg" in de huidige map.
  10. Als de camera correct is aangesloten en geconfigureerd, zou je de foto moeten kunnen openen en bekijken.

Opmerking: Het kan voorkomen dat je voor bepaalde projecten extra software moet installeren of configuratie-instellingen van de camera moet aanpassen. In dat geval is het raadzaam om de documentatie en handleidingen van het betreffende project of de toepassing te raadplegen. Zo weet je zeker dat je de juiste stappen volgt en optimaal gebruik kunt maken van je Raspberry Pi camera.

Verbeter de beeldkwaliteit van jouw Pi Camera

Met deze drie handige tips verbeter jij zelf de beeldkwaliteit van je Pi Camera.

Tip 1: Zorg voor goede belichting

Een goede belichting is cruciaal om scherpe en heldere beelden te maken. Zorg ervoor dat er voldoende licht aanwezig is in de ruimte en vermijd felle lichtbronnen die de camera kunnen verblinden. Overweeg ook om extra verlichting, zoals LED-strips, te gebruiken om de belichting te verbeteren.

Tip 2: Pas de camera-instellingen aan

De Raspberry Pi-camera heeft verschillende instellingen die je kunt aanpassen om de beeldkwaliteit te verbeteren. Experimenteer met de belichting, het contrast, de scherpte en de witbalans om de beste instellingen te vinden voor jouw project.

Tip 3: Verhoog de resolutie

De Raspberry Pi-camera ondersteunt verschillende resoluties, waaronder 1080p en 720p. Door de resolutie te verhogen, kun je scherpere en gedetailleerdere beelden maken. Overweeg dus om de resolutie te verhogen voor een betere beeldkwaliteit.

Koop jouw Raspberry Pi Camera bij Elektor

Bij ons ben je verzekerd van Raspberry Pi's die rechtstreeks van de fabrikant/ontwikkelaar afkomstig zijn en niet via tussenpersonen zijn verkregen. Daarnaast zijn nieuwe producten direct uit voorraad leverbaar op de dag van publicatie. Doordat we de tussenhandel elimineren, kunnen we jou de Raspberry Pi en andere officiële accessoires aanbieden tegen de meest aantrekkelijke prijzen.

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