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The Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable FFC is a ribbon cable that can be used to connect the Raspberry Pi Zero board to a Raspberry Pi Camera Module. The cable can also be used to swap the camera module on an existing setup. To use the cable to swap camera modules, follow these steps:
Power off the Raspberry Pi Zero board and disconnect all cables.
Locate the camera connector on the board and gently lift the cable cover to release the ribbon cable.
Carefully pull the ribbon cable out of the connector.
Insert the new ribbon cable (the Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable FFC) into the connector, with the metal contacts facing down.
Secure the cable by carefully pressing down on the cable cover until it clicks into place.
Connect the new camera module to the other end of the cable, with the metal contacts facing up.
Power on the Raspberry Pi and configure the camera in the operating system.
You can then use the new camera module to capture still images and video, or to stream video to a network.
Note: Ensure the cable and camera module are securely connected to avoid causing damage to the board or the camera.
- Supports: 5MP and 8MP Camera Modules
- Length: 30cm
- 1x Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable FFC 30cm