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Camera for Raspberry Pi 3B+

Shortly After the Pi 3B, the Raspberry Pi Foundation have released the Pi 3B+ model. It is another successful product of the well-known Raspberry Pi single-board minicomputer series. The new main processor Broadcom BCM2837B0 clocked at the frequency of 1,4GHz, RAM memory with a capacity of 1GB and dual-band wireless communication system are just some of its biggest advantages. The built-in GPU Broadcom Video Core IV operates at 250MHz and provides HD 1080p image processing support and support for H.264 and OpenGL ES 2.0 standards. It is worth to note that next to such connectors as USB, HDMI and GPIO, on the PCB of the Raspberry Pi 3B + minicomputer there is also a CSI connector for the miniature digital camera module. The Botland store offer includes dedicated camera modules for Raspberry Pi and Arduino, as well as a wide range of accessories in the form of ribbon cables, camera enclosures, lenses and capture videos in the darkness. With the help of a miniature camera module, you can build an advanced monitoring system working with security alarm, as well as a macro focus rail for capturing the charms of nature! Check our offer!

Useful accessories and extension add-ons for the Raspberry Pi camera modules

Besides the miniature camera modules, the Botland store offer includes lenses with different optical parameters. Depending on your requirements, the lenses can be quickly removed and replaced. In our store you will also find ribbon cable extensions, which will be especially useful in case of the standard ribbon cable built into the camera module will be not long enough. The camera cables we offer are made of high-quality materials. According to research carried out by designers from Adafruit Industries, the image sent from the camera module to the computer via a 1m ribbon cable, still remains true to the primary image without any loss in quality visible to the human eye.

Raspberry Pi Cameras - the future of making great movies...in very affordable prices!

Cameras that are offered by our store can be used to record HD quality movies. Thanks to this function, you can create useful projects, e.g. an alarm system with monitoring, a moving robot with an advanced obstacle detection system or a macro photographic rail for recording natural phenomena by means of time-lapse photography. The Botland store offer also includes many interesting accessories that complement the equipment of the cameras. Depending on the type of application you want to use the camera for, we offer a wide range of lenses and polarizing filters. If you want to record video in the dark, you are interested in cameras with night-vision functions, such as Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera HD v2. This camera model can record video at a resolution of 8Mpix and is equipped with an infrared transmitter and receiver that effectively allows capturing video in low light or in total darkness.

Camera module interfacing with Raspberry Pi 3B+ board

Oferowane przez nasz sklep moduły miniaturowych kamer zostały zaprojektowane specjalnie pod współpracowacę z komputerami Raspberry Pi, które na wyposażeniu sprzętowym posiadają wbudowane złącze CSI (Camera Serial Interface). Podczas wyjmowania kamery z opakowania musisz pamiętać o rozładowaniu się z ładunku elektrycznego przez dotknięcie w Twoim otoczeniu dowolnego metalowego przedmiotu, który jest uziemiony (check out also our ESD-safe accessories offer, such as antistatic wristbands). Po wyjęciu modułu kamerki z opakowania, musisz zwolnić zatrzask złącza CSI w płytce Raspberry Pi 3B+. Moduł kamery do Raspberry Pi jest fabrycznie wyposażony w 15-przewodowy kabel wstęgowy, który należy wsunąć w złącze CSI. Następnie musisz tighten-up and latch-up connector. After connecting the camera module to the Raspberry Pi 4B motherboard, the Raspbian OS operating system automatically recognizes the device and executing drivers install procedure automatically. After this process, you can begin your movie star adventure BUT - if you use your Raspberry Pi 3B+ as dekstop computer - talk to your friends first via video-chat...with using the official Raspberry Pi camera module!