The New Raspberry Pi HQ Camera Is Awesome! – Set Up And Testing

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  1. Amarand Agasi
    Amarand Agasi says:

    I love this video! What I'd love to see in the next video, is a close-up demo of how to operate the lenses. I know it should be super easy…and I own countless cameras…but I couldn't get the wide angle lens to focus. The telephoto worked great. I think I'm not properly working the physical controls. I notice that it came with a screwdriver, and both lenses have a focus and aperture…dial? I just don't know which should be moving and how. On the telephoto, I was able to get things to focus up properly, but I'm sure figuring out the wide-angle will help me with improving telephoto shooting.

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  2. Tj Holowaychuk
    Tj Holowaychuk says:

    Are there any higher quality / resolution sensors and lenses out there for Raspberry? Something closer to what you'd find from full-frame or maybe even MFT sensors

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  3. Dizy Tizy
    Dizy Tizy says:

    Low light…..test it in low light. Your video software sux. It took me a few years to get decent software loaded on the PI for taking video and streaming video with 20ms latency at 720p.

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  4. Musse Mulugeta
    Musse Mulugeta says:

    I'm asking if there is a software that ahelp of eye glass and hearing aids can see and lissen sound of Jesus and devils oravideo camera software that both

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  5. SEE HONG LIM
    SEE HONG LIM says:

    Hi, any idea why I'm getting the following error running the picamera app:
    [email protected]:~/Desktop/PiCameraApp-master/Source $ sudo python3 PiCameraApp.py
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "PiCameraApp.py", line 38, in <module>
    from AnnotationOverlay import *
    File "/home/pi/Desktop/PiCameraApp-master/Source/AnnotationOverlay.py", line 52, in <module>
    from Dialog import *
    File "/home/pi/Desktop/PiCameraApp-master/Source/Dialog.py", line 43, in <module>
    from PIL import Image, ImageTk, ExifTags
    ImportError: cannot import name 'ImageTk' from 'PIL' (/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/PIL/__init__.py)

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  6. Chris Chris
    Chris Chris says:

    You should base your design, on snap on technology, which would be easier to assemble and more appealing to a wider audience!

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