|Package Dimensions||14.6 x 7.2 x 4.6 cm; 40 Grams|
|Colour||Wide Angle Lens|
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for Raspberry Pi Camera Module, KEYESTUDIO 5MP 1080P Video Webcam with Fisheye Lens Infrared Night Vision for Raspberry Pi 4 Module B/2/3 B+/Pi 3
- The camera is supported for Raspberry pi 4 Module B 3/2, the preferred operating system for Raspberry Pi
- The sensor itself has a native resolution of 5 megapixel, and has a fixed lens on board
- 5 million pixels, supports up to 2592 * 1944 size image output
- Similar to fish eyes, open broad horizon,sensor lens lnfrared LED light night vision for raspberry pi
- Support focusing, to adjust the focus based on the distance of the object, This product is an infrared night vision camera, which needs to be used together with the infrared light sensor
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This product is an infrared night vision camera, which needs to be used together with the infrared light sensor.
If you don't use it together with infrared light, there will be no night vision effect, and the video and pictures taken will be dark red and white.
compatible with raspberry pi;
Similar to fish eyes, open broad horizon;
Support focusing, to adjust the focus based on the distance of the object.
❶ 5 million pixels
❷ Photosensitive Chip OV5647
❸ Camera Parameters:
CCD Size: 1/4 inch
Aperture (F): 2.35
Focal Length: Adjustable
Diagonal Angle: 130 degrees
Sensor pixels: 1080p
❹ 4 Screw holes:
Used for fixed position
Support 3.3V external power supply
Support access fill light
❺Size: 25mm × 24mm
Shooting angle: 130 °
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I imagine for many pi applications it would be fine, but I tend to use them to control things, so the focussing issue precludes it from most.