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Yes, just edit the file pigeon.conf and search for "rotate" (line 101). You can rotate the camera using any angle (180 is the default value to match the provided case orientation).
Hey there! The software will work just fine. The 3D printed case will not fit an RPi3 but I might work on a bigger case in the future.
Hi, sorry, the intention was not to mislead anyone. I thought it was clear that a Raspberry pi would need to be connected to a power supply (or battery). I even mention it in the parts list. It's possible to work on a battery solution. You can power it using a battery bank for example, but charging is a problem. I have a Canary flex camera and it has a built-in battery. I feel like it's not very useful since I don't like having to take it out for charging periodically. I could work on a built-in battery solution for future Pigeon iterations, but I'm not sure if this is a feature most people will demand.Anyway, I'm really sorry if you felt misled.
You can use 3d hubs:https://www.thingiverse.com/apps/3d-print-with-3d-hubs/run?thing_id=2230707
Micro usb charger, like this: https://www.amazon.com/Rockbirds-Listed-Charger-Portable-Adapter/dp/B01IHU0CEI/ref=sr_1_22?ie=UTF8&qid=1492715270&sr=8-22&keywords=micro+usb+charger
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