since you've never had a camera? Still distraught about clunky machines?
what size are supposed to be when we talk about a camera?
Technology tells you it’s time to change!
the Zero Spy Camera for Raspberry Pi Zero is teenier with a high enough resolution
to catch or memorize everything you want. The module being just 8.6mm x 8.6mm –
with only a 2" cable, It's just about the size of a cell phone camera!
So, what it could be? you can create an extra compact and sneaky little
spy cam lightheartedly.
The camera is connected to the BCM2835 processor on the Pi via the CSI bus.
Pixel data can be carried from the camera back to the processor because of the
higher bandwidth link. This bus runs along the ribbon cable that concatenate
the camera board to the Pi. In addition, the ribbon cables is compatible with
both the Pi Zero v1.3 and Pi Zero W. A spy camera for the larger Raspberry Pi
models is also available.
Like the Raspberry Pi Camera Board, it links to your Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
or Zero W by means of the small socket on the board's edge closest to the "PWR in" port.
This interface uses the specified CSI interface, which was designed especially for
interfacing to cameras. The CSI bus is capable of extremely high data rates,
which is specially offered to carry pixel data.
The sensor itself has a native resolution of 5 megapixel with a fixed focus lens,
which is similar with the original Pi Camera!
What are you hesitating about?
Camera Module Dimensions: 8.6mm x 8.6mm x 5.2mm / .34" x .34" x .2"
Lens Diameter: 6.9mm / .27"
Cable Length (not including module): 52mm / ~2"