This case comes in a basic two piece contruction, top and bottom, that can be screwed together with the included hardware. The top part comes with LEGO-compatible dots on top so you can easily connect it to your robotic project, or just get creative. There’s access to all inputs and outputs so you can easily build out your Pi with accessories. The SmartiPi Kit even comes with a case designed for the world famous Pi Camera!
Raspberry Pi case, two pieces
Raspberry Pi camera case, two pieces
Standard camera mount attachment (GoPro® compatible)
This case only works with the Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+ or Pi 2 Model B.
Raspberry Pi computer, tripod and lego versions of PT and Lady Ada are not included
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