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Thanks for the offer, but I'm not doing dev. work on the CM. I got a CM+IO board simply to test wiringPi, but I now have plans to use it for a daytime/nighttime garden camera with both a normal and noir camera on-board (and a ring of IR and visible white LEDs which I can control) Ultimately I'll do a write-up on it, but I don't think it's anything spectacular - its more a mechanical problem for me - making a relatively rain proof box for it all and possibly even a pan/tilt mechanism.arm2 wrote:Gordon & AndrewS: I've an adaptor board I don't expect to use for a couple of months, if either of you are doing some development work, I could loan it to one of you! Can I suggest you talk to each other about your planned use, and hopefully agree which use will benefit the community most? please email me [email protected] n.b. I'm in the Sussex, I think both of you are in the UK.
RS are not listing the camera adaptor boards I would suggest going directly to the Raspberry pi Foundation
There's a word (starting with "W") to describe that, but I can't use it in a family forum.AndrewS wrote:My email to RS finally filtered through to the right person, and I got this reply:RS are not listing the camera adaptor boards I would suggest going directly to the Raspberry pi Foundation
It's W00t? .DougieLawson wrote:There's a word (starting with "W") to describe that, but I can't use it in a family forum.AndrewS wrote:My email to RS finally filtered through to the right person, and I got this reply:RS are not listing the camera adaptor boards I would suggest going directly to the Raspberry pi Foundation
No. It rhymes with "bankers" (and curiously describes those money grabbing scum in great detail).mimi123 wrote:It's W00t? .
Yeah, since they had to do an additional manufacturing run of camera and display adaptors anyway (since the initial ones shipped with the DevKit were incorrect), I'd been assuming they'd make a few more than needed, and then make them available for sale separately... Seems that was a false assumption![email protected] wrote:However I suspect that there are only a small number of us interested in 2 cameras, so all it would take is either RS or Farnell to "man up" and produce a small number - probably less than a couple of hundred and the first to do so will get fame and glory and praise from the community...
https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation/issues/113aysar1980 wrote:I was wondering if a simple single custom CSI cable that has different widths but the same number of connectors at either end will work or does the adapter board does anything more than just shrink the connection size.
No stock )-:gregeric wrote:Listed on the Farnell website: http://uk.farnell.com/raspberry-pi/rpi- ... 2-acce-sto