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Raspberry Pi Camera

Raspberry Pi cameras are camera modules specially designed for use with a Raspberry Pi. Thanks to the camera modules you can take photos or videos with the Raspberry Pi. Ideal for photography, videography, streaming, security and automation. Many applications also mean many different properties. View all camera modules below and find the perfect one for your application!

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  • Side MLX90640 Thermal Camera Breakout

    MLX90640 Thermal Camera Breakout

    92,95 /76,82 excl. VAT
  • Side view of MLX90640-D110 Thermal Camera

    MLX90640-D110 Thermal Camera

    64,95 /53,68 excl. VAT
  • Side view of MLX90640-D55 Thermal Camera

    MLX90640-D55 Thermal Camera

    64,95 /53,68 excl. VAT
  • M12 wide-angle lens

    M12 Lens, 12 Megapixel, 2.7mm, wide angle lens – ~185 deg FOV

    29,95 /24,75 excl. VAT
  • M12 portrait lens

    M12 Lens, 12 Megapixel, 8mm, portrait lens ~56 deg FOV

    29,95 /24,75 excl. VAT
  • M12 Telephoto Lens

    M12 Lens, 5 Megapixel, 25mm, telephoto lens, ~18 deg FOV

    17,95 /14,83 excl. VAT
  • Raspberry Pi camera module 3

    Raspberry Pi camera module 3

    29,95 /24,75 excl. VAT
  • Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Module 3

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 NoIR

    29,95 /24,75 excl. VAT
  • Raspberry Pi wide Camera Module 3

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Wide

    41,95 /34,67 excl. VAT
  • Raspberry Pi NoIR Wide Camera Module 3

    Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 Wide NoIR

    41,95 /34,67 excl. VAT
  • Raspberry Pi Global shutter camera

    Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera – C mount

    59,95 /49,55 excl. VAT
  • Raspberry Pi HQ M12 camera module

    Raspberry Pi M12 HQ Cam

    61,95 /51,20 excl. VAT

Which Raspberry Picameras are there?

Raspberry Pi uses a standard ribbon cable connection. This means that you are both official Raspberry Pi cameras, but also third-party cameras. The range of original Raspberry Pi cameras has expanded considerably in recent times. There are 3 variants of the new Camera module 4:
  • camera module 3
  • Camera Module 3 Wide
  • Camera Module 3 NoIR (night camera)
  • Camera Module 3 NoIR Wide (night camera)
There are 3 variants of the High Quality camera:
  • HQ Camera (C/CS mount)
  • HQ Camera M12
  • HQ Camera Global Shutter (C/CS mount)
Because the HQ Cameras use standard C / CS & M12 sizes you can use countless different lenses.
In addition to this original Raspberry Pi cameras, there are also other manufacturers who have developed cameras. For example, smaller spy cameras are available, but also advanced industrial cameras. When you are going to buy a camera for your Raspberry Pi it is therefore important to know which requirements it must meet.

Using a Raspberry Pi-camera

Raspberry Picameras with cameras is a strong combination that offers many possibilities. Some examples of applications are making: security cameras, surveillance cameras, baby monitors and even drone cameras. You can also create time-lapse videos & stop-motion animations with ease.
To a Raspberry Picamera, it must be connected to the Raspberry Pi through the ribbon cable. Usually this is included. In some cases like the Zero boards Do you need a custom cable? The camera can then be configured and controlled via the Raspberry Pi-software.
With the help of the cameras you can capture the images. You can process the images using software libraries such as OpenCV and Pygame. These libraries provide features such as image recognition, face recognition, color detection, and more. You don't need libraries for standard photos and videos. This can be done simply with commands.

Raspberry Pi camera accessories and accessories

There are many options for the Raspberry Pi cameras. That also means that there are many different accessories and accessories available. SO there are lenses, housings and accessories.
Lenses: De Raspberry Pi High Quality Cameras come standard without a lens. This is done so that you can choose from a wide range of lenses. A common lens is a fisheye lens or a telephoto lens. When choosing the Camera and/or lens, make sure that they work together.
Enclosures: Some projects are so standard that complete housings have been developed for them. For example, there are housings for animal photography. It contains a Pi, camera and a sensor. But you also have simpler housings. Here you put the Pi and and only have a simple mount for a camera. You can also use a standard Raspberry Pi buy housing for your camera. Make sure that there is a slot available for the ribbon cable.
Accessories: In addition to lenses and housings, there are also other useful accessories. For example, you can use a pan-tilt kit to move the camera. Or connect an LCD Display to monitor your security. When you film continuously, you need a lot of data storage. When you add a motion sensor to your project, you can also only film when there is movement.

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