The blog average man vs raspberry pi has a great post about setting up your Raspberry Pi’s camera module.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I recently purchased a Raspberry Pi camera module to open up a whole new bag of Raspberry learning opportunities and potentially take some great videos as well.
Before I jump into the code and start to take time-lapse videos of various pointless things, I thought it would be worthwhile to share some steps on of how to connect your camera module to your Pi, including a few things to look out for. This will be ‘Part 1’ of a series of camera module posts. Let’s begin…
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