Using original camera module in DIY project


#1

Now that everyone’s upgraded their original Flux, lots of us have old camera modules. I started looking at the module and did some searching. Turns out they are a pure USB web cam module (http://www.fangtec.com.tw/upload/14236184111854.pdf). You can use them by just getting an adapter to go from USB to Aces 87213-XXXX connector:
http://italian.electrical-wireharness.com/photo/pc3630154-electric_ul10064_wire_harness_jst_sur_led_micro_usb_cable_teflon.jpg

You can use them for your Raspberry Pi if you want a compact module, or just connect them to a computer. I just thought people might want to know!


#2

That style and shape of camera is what’s in your laptop screen. That’s why they’re long and flat like that, and that’s why they use common cable connections like USB.


#3

Hi… i wander if it is possible to build a simple digital camera for teaching. I’m looking for something with a single lens, a sensor (possibly on a pcb) and a cardboard body. Of course the camera would take terrible pictures, but that’s not the point. The pictures could be barely recognizable. I just want something low level that illustrates how a camera work with optics, sensors, etc

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