Raspberry Pi Camera Kit + Case Bracket Holder Enclosure Night Vision 60/130 Degree Infrared Lights Heatsinks FFC Raspberry Pi 4 Model B /3B+/Zero RPI - Asia Sell
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- OV5647 RPI Camera and Bracket/Enclosure/Surround/Case Kit with IR LEDs for Night Vison.
- For Raspberry Pi Zero 4B/3B+/ 3B 2. Kit 3 does not include a gold cable for use with Pi Zero.
- The heatsinks solve overheating problems of IR LEDs with prolonged use.
- When using, guard against damage by static electricity!
- Remove the protective film before using the lens.
- 60 degree viewing angle
- Manual focal adjustment
- 5 megapixel
- CCD size: 1 / 4inch
- Aperture (F): 1.8
- Focal Length: 3.6mm adjustable
- Diagonal angle: 60 degree
- Sensor best resolution: 1080p
- 4 screw holes : used for attachment and connect power ( 3.3V output )
- Dimension: 25mm x 24mm
- 1 x Night Vision Camera
- 2 xIR Lights
- 1 x Acrylic Holder
- 1 x 15 cmRaspberry Pi 3 Camera Cable
- 1 x 50 cmRaspberry Pi 3Camera Cable
- 1 x 30 cm Raspberry Pi ZeroCamera Cable
- 1 x Screw Driver
How to Use
- Ensure the raspberry Pi system is the newer version, and open the camera function. Type the command:sudo raspi - configand check the camera function of the fifth.The picture below:
- Select: Enable
- Then the system return to the interface itself. Choose the ‚¬œFinish ‚¬œ, it will restart,If it doesn't restart itself , please restart it manually.
- After the raspberry pi system restart , you can use raspberry pi camera now.
- If you want to take photo, you can run the command :raspistill
- For example,input: raspistill ‚¬€œt 2000 -o 1.jpg
- -t: ( the time of waiting to take the photo ,5000 is five seconds). ‚¬€œ o 1.jpg (1.jpg is command of file)
- Soft cable, 90-degree vertical connector, HDMI port next to it. When connecting the contact side facing the HDMI interface.
- RPi firmware and raspi-config has been updated to the camera, do a apt-get update; apt-get upgrade;
- raspi-config, select the camera, start RPi firmware in the camera driver, then reboot
- Use the command-line program raspivid and raspistill operating camera to capture video clips or images
- The captured video clip needs to play with mplayer
- As per kit A but with an enclosed holder.
- 130 degree fish eye lens
- For raspberry Pi 4Model B/3B+/3B (separate gold cable required to use the camera with RPI Zero)
- Daytime images with night vision cameras may appear slightly red
- 5 megapixel OV5647 sensor
- CCD size : 1/4inch
- Sensor best resolution : 1080p
- Focal length : 2.1
- Diagonal angle : 130 degree approx
- 4 screw holes
- 3.3V power output
- Supports connecting fill flash LED or Infrared LED
- FFC (flexible flat cables)
- Acrylic bracket holder
- Install heatsinks behind IR lights
How to use
- Install Raspbian system into SD card and insert to Raspberry Pi, connect the display to Raspberry Pi, Connect the camera to Raspberry Pi correctly.
- Open the terminal and run
- sudo raspi-config
- Choose the Interface--Enable Camera , enter it , then it the Raspberry Pi will restart automatically ( if not , you can restart it by yourself)
- Open the terminal again , run
- raspistill ‚¬€œt 5000 ‚¬€œo test.jpg
- then the camera will be on.The ‚¬œ5000‚¬�means the camera will open 5 seconds , the ‚¬œtest‚¬� is the name of picture , you can change them as your need.
- 1 x 130 degree night vision camera.
- 2 x LED light.
- 1 x Acrylic Holder.
- 2 x Heatsink.
- 1 x 15cm Camera Cable.
- Note: this kit does not contain the screwdriver, the 50cm camera cable or the gold cable for the PI zero. We can order a kit with these items if you ask.