Open source Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 based on libcamera

After the launch of the new Raspberry Pi Camera 3 module, tech enthusiast Jeff Gerling posted a new video on his awesome YouTube channel. The Pi Camera M3 features a 12megapixel sensor, autofocus, and a choice of standard or wide field of view, and ID is available for just $25. The camera uses the open source Raspberry Pi camera system based on libcamera. Providing users with a set of libraries offering precise control over image processing and more.

Raspberry Pi Camera

Raspberry Pi 3 Camera Module

Camera module 3 is capable of recording Full HD video at 50 fps, has HDR mode and autofocus.

– The Camera Module 3 comes with an improved 12MP IMX708 Quad Bayer sensor and features a High Dynamic Range mode, making it the highest quality camera module we’ve ever made.
Need a wider field of view than the standard 75 degrees? The 3 Wide camera module has an ultrawide 120degree field of view, which means your Raspberry Pi can see more of the world.
– Camera module 3 has ultrafast autofocus as standard. A rich library of programming commands means you have complete control over what you focus on and how you do it.
– Both standard and wide angle cameras may not have an IR filter, which turns the camera module 3 into a night vision camera when used with infrared illumination.

Source: Github: RPi

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