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I haven't followed up on new versions of the CM. As far as I remember, you can use both camera versions. There's a caveat though with the V2 cameras, but that's addressed in the tutorial, and I don't think it is a problem with recent versions of Raspbian.Does this answer your question?
As far as I know the Pi Zero does not have wifi connection. You should start by explaining how you solved that, then go onto explaining how to set up wpa_supplicant.
You need to follow the instructions here:https://github.com/andreafabrizi/Dropbox-Uploader
Hi, The camera has just two lenses. The case I 3D printed had six holes, but that was for another system. Sorry for the confusion.
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Mind-blowing!This could be a very nice water desalinator in remote islands with no electricity supply!
You don't need a multispectral camera for indoors, do you?In any case is a extremely good setup for outdoors, you can leave the original raspicam lenses to have a wider angle of view.
Definitely, you can actually use the following and add another capability to the camera.Have a look at this:https://groupgets.com/manufacturers/flir/products/flir-lepton
Raspicam V2 8mp, 16mm M12 lenses, bandpass filter 840mn for NIR from andover corp.
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