Raspberry Pi HD surveillance camera #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


Captain-Slow.dk demonstrates how to build your own Raspberry Pi HD surveillance camera:

In a earlier guide I showed how to get motion installed and running on a Raspberry Pi, here is what more you can do to make it look a lot more professional, still without adding too much extra value to it. (these extra things are totally worth it in my opinion. One of the most important things is of curse the pi itself plus the camera module. But after that it is a good house to put it in…Inside the house you will find a metal plate with a plastic piece, looking a bit like a camera. After removing that piece of plastic I drilled two holes and mounted the pi with two bolts, held apart from the metal plate by two 5mm nylon washers. To hold the camera I 3d printed a mount, but you can most likely be able to modify the dummy piece of plastic too to hold it instead…

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