NEW PRODUCT – Raspberry Pi Zero Pro Plate for HQ Camera

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NEW PRODUCT – Raspberry Pi Zero Pro Plate for HQ Camera

An affordable, simple solution to mounting a Raspberry Pi Zero to your HQ Camera.

Easy to assemble, the plate attaches to your HQ Camera on one side, and your Pi Zero mounts to the other side – spacers and fixings are included in the pack.

Comes in Adafruit black and features a bubble level for that perfectly aligned shot, plus a handy thumb section for easy adjustment and smooth rotation. The thumb section can be set up for left or right-handed users – just flip the plate (SD access may be impacted when flipped!)

It’s a lightweight and minimal way to keep your Pi Zero and HQ Camera together, which saves from any fuss with camera cable lengths and cases.

HATs and pHATs can still be mounted to your Raspberry Pi, meaning you can create amazing projects with screens, buttons, RTCs, or any others!

Combine with a flexible tripod for a great project foundation. @geerlingguy has a great Raspberry Pi Webcam tutorial using this mount.

Please note: Simple assembly required. Please check the assembly guideThis product is the mount only – Raspberry Pi, High Quality Camera, lens, camera cables, and tripod are not included).

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Kit contents:

  • 1 x Mount plate
  • 4 x 6mm female-female nylon spacers
  • 8 x M2.5 nylon nuts
  • 8 x 5mm M2.5 nylon screws
  • 4 x 10mm M2.5 nylon screws
  • Bubble level
  • 2 x 8mm M2.5 nylon screws
  • 2 x M2.5 nylon nuts

We also carry a mounting plate for the Raspberry Pi 4/3 B+.

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In stock and shipping now!

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