CinePi Open-Source Raspberry Pi Cinema Camera
Here’s a first look at CinePI, an open-source Raspberry Pi cinema camera that could potentially be used to make award winning films. It consists of a 3D-printed enclosure, a Raspberry Pi 4 board with a 12.3MP Sony IMX477 HQ camera module, a 4.0-inch touchscreen display, a Zero2Go power supply (4 x 18650 cells), and a Notcua fan.



Putting CinePI V2 together is mostly straightforward using common tools such as a screwdriver, side cutters, wire strippers, etc., but access to a soldering iron will be required to perform hardware modifications to some of the off the shelf components. However, depending on the parts you choose in your build, soldering may be avoided altogether. Get the instructions here.

Insta360 Ace Pro - Waterproof Action Camera Co-Engineered with Leica, Flagship 1/1.3' Sensor and AI Noise...

Insta360 Ace Pro – Waterproof Action Camera Co-Engineered with Leica, Flagship 1/1.3″ Sensor and AI Noise…

  • Flagship 1/1.3″ Sensor and 5nm AI Chip: Armed with a larger, premium sensor, Ace Pro captures more light, with sweeping improvements to image quality….
  • Leica SUMMARIT Lens: Leica brings its legendary expertise in optical design and state-of-the-art imaging to Ace Pro, delivering spectacular visuals to…
  • Unbeatable Image Quality by Day and Night: Record 4K120fps slow-mo and utilize Active HDR for more vibrant shots. The new PureVideo mode redefines low…


Future designs will explore the use of more highly refined processes, such as consolidating many of the external components onto a single custom designed PCB in the familiar Raspberry Pi HAT form factor,” said the team.

[Sources 1 | 2]