How easy is it to get the Raspberry Pi camera working with the Pi Zero W? Can this process be st...
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by wmacfarl |
September 30, 2017 14:38 |
How easy is it to get the Raspberry Pi camera working with the Pi Zero W? Can this process be streamlined and made easy for non-technical users?
This tutorial will help you--skip to software section after you check parts https://learn.adafruit.com/raspberry-pi-wearable-time-lapse-camera/overview
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Wasn't there an installable package or image that sets up a web-based photo interface? I think @xose mentioned it -- anyone remember? Thanks!
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