The new Raspberry Pi camera has finally been released by raspberry and it is a huge upgrade from older camera.
The High Quality Camera opens up new projects which was not possible earlier because of it’s weak camera.
Raspberry PI Camera
The new camera is 12.3 MP Sony IMX477 sensor High Quality Camera. The lenses are interchangeable therefore you can change the lens like in normal camera. The lenses are starting from $25.
The wide-angle lens has 3MP resolution and 6mm focal length priced at $25 and another lens which is telephoto lens has 10MP resolution and 16mm focal length priced at $50.
It uses C- and CS-mount lenses so other lenses can also be fitted as long as they support C- and CS-mount.
This Camera will be successor of Camera Module V2 which has noting special in it. It has Sony IMX219 8MP camera. If you want to learn more about this camera then click here.
The HQ Camera has 1.55μm × 1.55μm pixel size which is twice the pixel area of IMX219. It has more resolution and more area for better light gathering than its predecessor.
It has back-illuminated sensor architecture for improved sensitivity. And other features like integrated back-focus adjustment ring and tripod mount.
The idea of attaching any lens makes this camera powerful and effective in any project because now users can choose lenses based on their project and make full use of it.
With the launching of new camera which is also budget oriented, anyone can buy it and upgrade their project or make a new one. You can make Security Camera or Face Recognition System or you can even make DSLR out of it. Raspberry PI is becoming more powerful day by day. The new Raspberry Pi 4 was a great release which is way more powerful than Raspberry PI 3. And this is also the case with the new camera.
If you want to learn more about this camera then click here.
If you want to buy the camera then click here.
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