Like the title, I'd like to know which one had the higher image quality. If they're equal then I'...
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by Builder6274 |
September 03, 2018 13:12 |
Like the title, I'd like to know which one had the higher image quality. If they're equal then I'll buy the webcam version.
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The Raspberry Pi camera has MUCH better resolution and quality, but is harder to set up!
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