Introducing the brand new Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 and the HQ M12
We are thrilled to present the brand new Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 and the HQ M12. This powerful combination of components offers amazing features for budding photographers, tech enthusiasts, and creative professionals alike. The Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is an 8MP camera with a wide angle lens. Meanwhile, the HQ M12 that allows you to capture stunning images in high resolution. With this duo, you'll be able to take pictures from any distance or angle with great detail and clarity. This makes it even easier for Raspberry Pi users to create their own customized cameras.
Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3
Raspberry Pi has just released its new Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3, a major upgrade from the previous Raspberry PI Camera Module 2. With features such as improved low-light sensitivity, high dynamic range (HDR) support, and powered autofocus, this camera module is sure to revolutionize the Raspberry Pi user experience. The Raspberry PI Camera Module 3 comes in both visible light only and infrared-sensitive (NoIR) variants with either a standard (75°) or wide-angle (120°) lens. The Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is a revolutionary new product that brings enhanced capabilities to the Raspberry Pi platform. With these incredible features, the Raspberry PI Camera Module 3 will undoubtedly open up many more possibilities for creative projects using the Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi high-quality M12
The Raspberry Pi high-quality M12 is also being released. It comes with a range of mounts, allowing users to make the most of the camera's features and adjust it as needed. The Raspberry Pi HQ Camera is built around the 12.3-megapixel Sony IMX477 image sensor module, so customers who already use M12-mount lenses on their existing High-Quality Camera will be able to natively attach them to the M12 variant of Raspberry PI Camera Module 3 using modified metalwork for its lens mount. This makes it easier for Raspberry Pi users to create their own customized cameras. In addition, Raspberry Pi will make three different M12 lenses available: a wide angle (120°), a mid-wide angle (90°), and a telephoto (60°) lens. The wide-angle lens in particular allows Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 users to capture more detail and an increased field of view compared to traditional close-range cameras. These mounts are designed to natively support M12 lenses and will allow users to connect existing C-mount metalwork on Raspberry PI's High-Quality Camera with an adapter. With these M12 mounts, Raspberry PI is aiming to give its users the best possible experience when using Raspberry PI HQ M12.