The?Pi camera module?is a portable light weight camera that supports Raspberry Pi. It communicates with Pi using the MIPI camera serial interface protocol. It is normally used in image processing, machine learning or in surveillance projects. It is commonly used in surveillance drones since the payload of camera is very less. Apart from these modules Pi can also use normal USB webcams that are used along with computer.
- 5MP colour camera module without microphone for?Raspberry Pi
- Supports both Raspberry Pi Model A and Model B
- MIPI Camera serial interface
- Omnivision 5647 Camera Module
- Resolution: 2592 * 1944
- Supports: 1080p, 720p and 480p
- Light weight and portable (3g only)
- Surveillance projects
- Time-lapse video recording
- Image processing
- Machine learning
Setting up the camera programming
Execute the accompanying directions on the order line to download and introduce the most recent part, GPU firmware, and applications. You’ll require a web association for this to work effectively.
sudo adept update sudo adept full-update
Presently you need to empower camera uphold utilizing the raspi-config program you will have utilized when you initially set up your Raspberry Pi.
Utilize the cursor keys to choose and open Interfacing Options, and afterward select Camera and follow the brief to empower the camera.
After leaving raspi-config, it will request to reboot. The empower alternative will guarantee that on reboot the right GPU firmware will be running with the camera driver and tuning, and the GPU memory split is adequate to permit the camera to get enough memory to run accurately.
To test that the framework is introduced and working, attempt the accompanying order:
raspistill - v - o test.jpg
The presentation should show a five-second review from the camera and afterward snap a photo, saved to the record test.jpg, while showing different instructive messages.