Cyntech LISIPAROI White LED Light Ring for Raspberry Pi Camera

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About this product

Overview

  • Increase the light to get better pictures with your Raspberry Pi camera
  • Use as a steady light source or flash
  • Fits onto your Pi camera module (not included)

Product overview

• Increase the light to get better pictures with your Raspberry Pi camera
• Use as a steady light source or flash
• Fits onto your Pi camera module (not included)
• Compatible with the standard Raspberry Pi camera module

What can I do with the LISIPAROI light ring?
Don’t let a lack of light stop you from taking amazing pictures when this light ring module for the Raspberry Pi Camera holds the perfect solution. You can use the light ring for a steady light source or as a flash for photography, and it works perfectly for time lapse photography. The ring is designed to fit on the standard camera module and comes with mounting points to secure them together. There are other mounting points to mount the ring, if you should need it.

How does the ring work?
The LISIPAROI light ring comes with 12 white LEDs arranged around the camera for the best possible light coverage. You can power the ring from the Raspberry Pi, or through its own power supply. You can control the brightness of the LEDs, up to 260 mcd each, digitally by PWM or by varying the input voltage between 0-3V. The camera comes with nuts and bolts to connect to the camera module.

Compatible cameras
Raspberry Pi Camera Module < A59NK>

Specification

Specifications
Type of product Light ring for Pi camera
Compatible Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi standard camera module
Pins out 4
Socket 0
Voltage 5 V LEDs
3.3 V Switch on
Max current 240 mA (20mA per LED)
Intensity per LED 260 mcd

Will this work or fit onto a new Raspberry pi camera V2 ?

Asked by: mike
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-01-06
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