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Test the Camera Board, Pi Face, Embedded Pi, and "A" model

Our next Raspberry Jam will happen in the next 2 weeks. Please fill out the polls to help us choose the date and time as well as location.

I'll bring the new "A" model, a couple of RP cameras, the PiFace daughter board, and the Embedded Pi board for review. We can also discuss the new Linux builds and NOOBS!

info on these devices can be found here:

Model "A":

RP Camera:


Embedded Pi:

New Linux Builds:

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  • Mac R.

    We went through the Raspberry Pi camera set up from software setup to hardware connection. We followed the procedure here:

    The highlight for me was that it just worked on the first attempt. As soon as I entered the command for shooting a jpeg and hit the return the camera just fired and produced a very good image!

    July 19, 2013

  • Mac R.

    Hold tight, I'm a few minutes out.

    July 10, 2013

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