No experience, but reading the ad, first thought was “better” compared to what? Further reading narrowed that to the “previous” model. We get what we pay for, so for $59, I wouldn’t expect much.
Thanks for responding. It's hard to believe this "camera" could do anything at all.
Since it's for the Raspberry Pi, I would imagine that it is not aimed at general photography, but adding things like object and facial recognition to your application on the Raspberry Pi.
You might be right, but I'm sure not going to spend $50 to try and find out. Thanks for responding. Chuck
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