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Based on the notion that WiFi is available and this is a very light use-case, you could get away with a Pi Zero W (the 'W' is WiFi version). The major elements of this are: Acquire & assemble hardware Download Raspberry Pi OS (Lite) Copy OS image to microSD card Configure to allow SSH access and also WiFi configuration Create camera capture job (via ...


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You asked how to fix the overclocking problem. I would say the solution is: don't overclock the Raspberry Pi because you are also get a warning that it may kill your WiFi.


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If you have a look in the /boot/overlays/README file you will see that the folk at RPF/RPT have tried to sort this out by actually renaming the file: This overlay has been renamed disable-bt Unfortunately, the internet never keeps up 😢 so you will not find a pi4-disable-bt option. You can continue to use the pi3 command but I would use the disable-bt ...


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