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Raspberry Pi Camera Guide

For Camera Module & High Quality Camera

by Dan Aldred, Wesley Archer, Jody Carter, PJ Evans, Richard Hayler, James Singleton, Rob Zwetsloot

Raspberry Pi Camera Guide

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Book Description

Take pictures and shoot video with your Raspberry Pi. Connecting a High Quality Camera or Camera Module turns your favourite credit-card-sized computer into a powerful digital camera. Learn how to set up and control the camera to capture stills and video footage. Discover the numerous modes and effects available, and use the camera in a variety of exciting projects across 17 packed chapters:
- Set up the new High Quality Camera, attach a lens, and start capturing stunning hi-res images
- Take selfies and shoot stop-motion videos
- Build a wildlife camera and also an underwater one
- Make a smart door with a video doorbell
- Set up a security camera to monitor your home
- And much, much more!

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Raspberry Pi Camera Guide ebook for free in PDF format (9.1 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Getting started
Chapter 2
Precise camera control
Chapter 3
Time-lapse photography
Chapter 4
High-speed photography
Chapter 5
Control the camera from Python
Chapter 6
Stop-motion and selfies
Chapter 7
Flash photography using an LED
Chapter 8
Make a Minecraft photo booth
Chapter 9
Make a spy camera
Chapter 10
Smart door
Chapter 11
Car Spy Pi
Chapter 12
Build a wildlife camera trap
Chapter 13
Take your camera underwater
Chapter 14
Install a bird box camera
Chapter 15
Live-stream video and stills
Chapter 16
Set up a security camera
Chapter 17
Quick reference

Book Details

Raspberry Pi Camera Guide
Computer Science
Raspberry Pi Press
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
9.1 MB

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