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Video Camera 2MP (1600 x 1200) - UXGA

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Important: This Video Camera is only compatible with the SIM5218 chipset.

This new Video Camera 2MP (1600 x 1200) with UXGA resolution allows you to record video and photo using our 3G/GPRS Shield for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel® Galileo (3G+GPS). Also included in the Audio/Video Kit.
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This new Video Camera 2MP (1600 x 1200) with UXGA resolution allows you to record video and photo using our 3G/GPRS Shield for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel® Galileo (3G+GPS). It is also included in the Audio/Video Kit.

  New Camera
Resolution 2 MP
Sensor OV2640
Max. resolution 1600 x 1200 (UXGA)
Image area 3590 µm x 2684 µm
Sensitivity 0.6 V/Lux-sec
Optical format 1/4"
Power 140 mW


NOTE: The new 2MP Camera can be used only in the last version of the 3G Shield. For more information go to the Camera section in the tutorials below:

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