Night Vision Camera for Raspberry Pi

5MP Night Vision/IR Camera for Raspberry Pi
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Night Vision Camera for Raspberry Pi Specification

  • Compatible with all revisions of the Raspberry Pi*
  • 5 Megapixel OV5647 Camera
  • 2 x 3W high-power 850 infrared LEDs:
    • Onboard photoresistor to detect ambient light
    • Onboard adjustable resistor, for controlling the ambient light threshold of toggling the infrared LED
  • The camera is capable of 2592 x 1944 pixel static images, and also supports 1080p @ 30 fps, 720p @ 60 fps and 640 x480p 60/90 video recording.
  • CCD size: 1/4inch
  • Aperture (F): 1.8
  • Focal Length: 3.6MM (adjustable)
  • Diagonal: 75.7 degree
  • Sensor Resolution: 1080p
  • Dimension: 25mm x 24mm
  • 4 screw holes
  • Used for both attachment and 3.3V power supply
  • Supports up to 2 infrared LEDs

Package Contents

  • Raspberry Pi Camera Board × 1
  • Infrared LED Board × 2
  • 15-Pin FFC CSI Cable × 1
  • Mounting Hardware

*Please go through the Description section.

Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera plugs directly into the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi, and features two high-intensity Infrared LED spotlights for night time recording! The IR LED’s are powered directly from the CSI port, and are capable of lighting an area at a distance of up to 8m! In testing, the best images were captured at a distance of 3m to 5m. The camera also features an adjustable 3.6mm focal length lens and 75.7 degree viewing angle.

This Raspberry Pi night vision camera uses the same OV5647 as the standard Raspberry Pi camera, and is therefore able to deliver a crystal clear 5MP resolution image or 1080p HD video recording at 30fps!

Note: The LEDs' intensity is limited by the Raspberry Pi power supply, please ensure you have an adequate Raspberry Pi power supply installed. LEDs running at full intensity can get hot, please take care during prolonged use.

If you're using a pi zero, this cable is too big for it, need an adapter or find some ribbon cable that has the big end (for the camera) and small end for pi zero.