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The CSI interface camera from the Raspberry Pi Foundation available in a natural colour and a NoIR version without infrared filter, latter is suited for night vision and other special applications.

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on the source Pi just type history To see the list of commands that had run previously, as long as you have not entered more that a few hundred all the commands will be there. If this is Raspbian …
answered Oct 10 '14 by rob
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There seems to be a new one very day on Amazon, keyword search for "raspberry pi camera mount"
answered Feb 12 '14 by rob
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You need to specify a timeout of 0. From the raspistill help -timeout "Time (in ms) before takes picture and shuts down (if not specified, set to 5s) To test how long a command takes to execute yo …
answered Oct 6 '14 by rob
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that is how my two NoIR cameras came. Remove protective cover and manually place the blue filter with sellotape etc.
answered Sep 19 '14 by rob
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The Raspberry Pi camera does not present itself out of the box as a standard uv4l device and as such generic Linux programs can not "see" the device. There is a great third part tool available UV4L t …
answered Mar 23 '15 by rob
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to get motion to work(out of the box) you can install the Userspace Video4Linux2 It will create the /dev/video0 device node correctly on the Raspberry Pi. I have just followed the install instructio …
answered Jul 12 '14 by rob