The High Quality Camera features a 12.3MP Sony IMX477 sensor that brings adjustable focus and better low-light performance.
Amid booming sales for the Raspberry Pi 4, Raspberry Pi has now unveiled a new camera option, launching the 12.3MP High Quality Camera for a wallet-friendly $50.
As its name suggests, the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera offers a substantial upgrade, sporting a 12.3-megapixel Sony IMX477 sensor.
The High Quality Camera is widely compatible with existing Raspberry Pi models, from the Raspberry Pi 1 Model B onward, that feature camera connectors.
To coincide with its latest camera board, Raspberry Pi has also released and Official Raspberry Pi Camera Guide, which covers how-tos and tips for both the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera and previous models.

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