The Raspberry Pi camera family recently welcomed a new 12.3-megapixel high-quality camera. It comes with some unique features specifically designed for DIY lovers at the most reasonable cost.
The camera has a Sony back-illuminated sensor, lens tripod mounts, adapters for higher-end C and C-S-mount lenses, and a back-focus adjustment ring. This camera is one of the first with interchangeable lenses from Raspberry.
The typical mobile phone cameras have a restricted approach to photography due to their fixed focus. Small sensors, lower signal-to-noise ratio with low-light performance, and zero option to replace lens assembly are some of the other issues that put phone cameras on a backfoot. The new camera from Raspberry takes care of all of these issues.
● Integrated back-focus adjustment ring and tripod mount
● Back-illuminated sensor architecture for improved sensitivity
● Support for off-the-shelf C- and CS-mount lenses
● 1.55μm x 1.55μm pixel size – double the pixel area of IMX219
● 12.3 megapixel Sony IMX477 sensor
Watch a video about the new camera here.
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