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Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board v2 - 8 Megapixels

SKU: CE04422

$36.30 AUD, inc GST
$33.00 AUD, exc GST

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Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board v2 - 8 Megapixels
36.3 AUD

SKU: CE04422

$36.30 AUD, inc GST
$33.00 AUD, exc GST
16 reviews 0 5 5

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In stock, with a short lead time. 4 units dispatch in 3 to 5 days (in addition to the shipping method you choose). Our timing and stock is accurate. Delivery to you by Thu, 21st of Dec with Express Post within Australia.

The Pi NoIR Camera V2 module features an 8 megapixel Sony sensor with no infrared filter - perfect for capturing photos at night with infrared light.

Images captured at 3280x2464, 1080p video at 30fps, 720p at 60fps and 640x480 at 60/90fps.

The awesome thing about the Raspberry Pi Camera Modules is that you don't have to use any fancy algorithms or software to capture and process images. The Raspberry Pi Foundation created a Python library to handle all of that, and it even includes processing tools such as filters, rotation, and cropping.

Connect to your Pi NoIR via the included ribbon cable to the CSI (Camera Serial Interface) port next to the Raspberry Pi's HDMI port.

Tech Specs:

  • Weight: 3g
  • 25mm x 23mm x 9mm
  • 8 megapixel sensor
  • Still image resolution: 3280x2464
  • Video resolution: 1080p video at 30fps / 720p at 60fps / 640x480 at 60/90fps
  • 1.4 µm X 1.4 µm pixel with OmniBSI technology for high performance (high sensitivity, low crosstalk, low noise)
  • Optical size of 1/4"

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Product Comments


Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Mimi verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Tested it. Looks good. For night vision. Haven't put it into a project yet but will... in time. (Posted on 7/12/2017)

  2. Review by Sam verified purchaser
    Rating
    80

    Simple to setup and appears to be well made, would be nice to have a better lens on the unit as thats its biggest downfall but for the price you can't really complain.
    5 star's for value. (Posted on 23/09/2017)

  3. Review by Jon verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Super easy to use - great results so far. Lovin'it (Posted on 19/09/2017)

  4. Review by Steve verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    V.easy to setup and use on the Pi. Tonnes of tutorials and examples. (Posted on 11/09/2017)

  5. Review by colin verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Works great, but had to buy a ribbon to suit the raspberry pi zero (Posted on 5/09/2017)

  6. Review by John verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Yes Folks it's a RaspberryPi NoIR Camera board just like the one in the picture. (Posted on 29/08/2017)

  7. Review by Stewart verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Works great with an off-the-shelf IR light. This camera module provides much higher quality than the various other IR cameras we've been testing. (Posted on 28/08/2017)

  8. Review by Kirin verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Good product, however, was purchased with the Pi Zero W, and the description didn't mention that you need a special cable for the Zero.
    Noob mistake on my part, but simple change to the description could have saved me extra postage and time (had to order the cable separately). (Posted on 14/08/2017)

  9. Review by Stefan verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Great quality camera with near infrared filter removed. Camera was out of focus. Works perfectly after adjusting focus. Useful for security applications or vegetation monitoring. (Posted on 14/08/2017)

  10. Review by Damian verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    works very well in darker environments, I am going to test it out with infra red lighting and see how each camera responds. (Posted on 1/08/2017)

  11. Review by Callum verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    perfect companion to monitor my 3d prints with octoprint while paired with a pi zero w (Posted on 15/07/2017)

  12. Review by Anthony verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Purchased for experimenting with the Python Language and image processing. When purchasing the item you will see a small sticker covering the lens and a large blue filter. The small sticker is the lens protector while the large blue filter is used to pass near IR radiation. A few remarks: IR photography is not necessarily night vision. You still need a source of light either artificial IR lighting or sunlight. IR photography can be made during the day as the RPi article on photographing a tree canopy https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/whats-that-blue-thing-doing-here/.
    Another remark is that if you want to use the camera for 'normal' day photography without the filter, you'd better purchase the normal RPi camera which is not made for IR photography. (Posted on 13/07/2017)

  13. Review by Cliff verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Works as specified although their is no explanation of what the blue film is for ??
    (Posted on 12/06/2017)

  14. Review by Cliff verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Works as specified although their is no explanation of what the blue film is for ??
    (Posted on 12/06/2017)

  15. Review by Michael verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    A clever little camera with great support under Linux in Raspbian. The cable fitting is a bit fiddly, but getting images and video working in software was a breeze. (Posted on 3/05/2017)

  16. Review by David verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    I recieved product on time, installed it as per instructions at Raspberry Pi site tutorial. Operating as per advertised, very happy with service and quality of camera.
    Using it as motion sector
    Thanks
    David (Posted on 30/03/2017)

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