These cables will let you swap out the stock 150mm long flex cable from a Raspberry Pi Camera (either ‘classic’ or ‘NoIR’ type) for a different sizes. They work great, just carefully open the connector on the Pi and slip one in.
One of these is 1 meter and one is 2 meters long. We have cables in a ton of sizes so you can have the perfect fit. Each order comes with one cable, Pi Camera not included (but we have those in the shop as well)
Please note, we did test these length cables with our Pi Model B/B+ and a Pi Camera and it worked great but 1 meter is really long (2 meters is really long) for this kind of camera protocol, so if you have a very electrically noisy environment (inside a tesla coil?) you may have corrupted images.
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