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festhead

Hi!
I'm looking for a while now for a camera i can connect to the arduino.

It does not need do be in color, or high quality,
but low cost and low power are preferable qualities.

Less than 15euro would fine.

Also, i need to control the speed of reading the data. (because it's on a low freq oscillator)

I would love it if someone has seen some camera like this online!
Thanks!

James C4S

What do you mean by connect?

Unless you want to control the camera (turn it on, move a lens motor, etc) there isn't much you can do with an Arduino.
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festhead

with connect i mean read the data from the ccd/cmos array into the arduino.
no need to worry about memory problems, the data is not stored on the arduino

bubulindo

I have seen it done... At the time it was done with an Ethernut that forwarded the readings through the Ethernet. Although the guys doing it, used the sensor with some interface chip to get the readings out of it. At the time I think it served mainly as a proof of concept and ended up not being used on anything.
This... is a hobby.

ryanerb


Hi!
I'm looking for a while now for a camera i can connect to the arduino.

It does not need do be in color, or high quality,
but low cost and low power are preferable qualities.

Less than 15euro would fine.

Also, i need to control the speed of reading the data. (because it's on a low freq oscillator)

I would love it if someone has seen some camera like this online!
Thanks!



check sparkfun.com im pretty sure they got a small jpg camera and a breakout board that reads data from the sensor onto a sd card.

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