'The Raspberry Pi can be used for all sorts of maker projects, and the
foundation has offered camera modules for it since 2013, adding
vision-related functionality. The first module was a modest
5-megapixel affair that was eventually replaced by an 8-megapixel Sony
sensor four years ago. Today, sees the arrival of a new much higher
12.3 megapixel quality camera, and a range of interchangeable lenses.
From a report:
The new camera is compatible with all Raspberry Pi models -- from Pi 1
Model B onwards -- with the exception of early Pi Zero boards. The
camera is available to buy from today for $50.'
-- source: https://tech.slashdot.org/story/20/04/30/1554232
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Waikato, NZ
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