3D-printable cases for the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera

3D-printable cases for the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera

The internet is full of awesome 3D-printable cases our community has created in order to use their Raspberry Pi High Quality Cameras.

Earlier this year, we released the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera, a brand-new 12.3 megapixel camera that allows you to use C- and CS-mount lenses with Raspberry Pi boards. While the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera is suitable for C- and CS-mount lenses out of the box, this doesn’t mean you’re limited to only these sizes! There’s a plethora of C- and CS-mount adapters available on the market, and you can also 3D print your own adapter.

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