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Really great idea software- and equipment-wise, but not on the hardware side. We have to accept the Raspberry Pi webcam being unsuitable for any photographic use. The maximum it can do is surveillance, video-chatting and picture-recognition, nothing more, and such "RPi-as-your cheap-camera" applications are a misuse. Something like using a kitchen knife in a sword fight.I'd rather try this with an actual camera, like a non-fully-garbage GoPro clone from Aliexpress at least, or with a quality webcam (if such thing exists) you could even use with the Pi.
Where could you get 70% vinegar? In my country 40% is the strongest you can get in shops, and vinegars above 30% are really rare.
Thanks! They are indeed for OC, I use it on the Extreme OC setting... :)The process is extremely simple, bought them on eBay, cleaned the top of the chips with acetone and sticked them on them. Not much for an inst...
Thanks! They are indeed for OC, I use it on the Extreme setting... they don't make so much difference though, 2-3°C at much. The process is extremely simple, bought them on eBay, cleaned the top of the chips with acetone and sticked them on them :)
Ad-hoc white backgrounded before-after pictures about installing heatsinks on my Pi, based on this instructable. I spared the editing part entirely, and used a very basic setup. The lighting conditions changed while I installed the stuff, the first was shoot at 1PM, cloudless, in a shadow; the second an hour later, sun behind clouds, "direct" sunlight. I used the app Camera FV-5 that is much more professional than the built-in camera app. The device is a Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.4.
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