4+ Raspberry Pi Camera Projects

These projects dive into the world of video and photography with your Pi.

Raspberry Pi DSLR Camera Control

In this project, we go through the steps on how to control a DSLR with the Raspberry Pi. A project like this might appeal to you if you want to be able to control your camera programmatically. For example, taking a photo every hour so you can make a time-lapse.

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Raspberry Pi Camera vs NOIR Camera

As you probably know, there are two different sorts of Raspberry Pi camera's the normal camera, and then there is the Raspberry Pi Noir camera. In this guide, I will take you through the pros and cons of each of the cameras so you can acquire the one best for your...

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You’re able to do so much with the Pi camera, to just name a few you can set up the Raspberry Pi as a security camera, webcam server, and even a simple time-lapse creation device.

Most of these projects make use of the official Pi camera rather than just a standard USB camera. However, you will find most projects are still compatible with both.

Video and photography can be quite performance taxing, so you may find these projects will not run fantastic if you have other stuff already running on the Pi. For the best results, you should start from fresh, if possible.

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There is a ton that you’re able to do with the Pi that isn’t just camera projects. You’re able to set up web servers, circuitry, IoT and so much more. If you’re looking for more to do then be sure to check out more of our projects.

If you’re new to the Pi and looking for some beginner guides to help teach you basics before you dive into these camera projects, then be sure to check out some of the getting started guides. They’re hugely helpful for anyone looking to learn the basics.

I hope you find these Raspberry Pi camera projects both fun and educational. If you run into issues, have feedback, or anything else then feel free to leave a comment on the relevant