WIth instant previews, and easy to use camera settings, using BerryCam Express is easy. Using tne touch controls in an easy to use interface removes the need to fiddle around with the command line interface (although we recommend that you give it a try) and allows you to use the Raspberry Pi camera as a serious image capture tool.
Mobile devices include:
- Windows Mobile
We've worked hard to maximise what you can get out of the camera. From beautiful, crisp still images with all the original built-in image effects; to creating stunning timelapse sequences (coming soon) with easy control over shot interval and running time. Control all your camera settings from within the app, and quickly preview and share your images.
The app itself is written in a way that will help you get to grips with Object Oriented Programming (OOP), MVVM, MVC and Test Driven Development (TDD). So BerryCam Express is a great project for those looking to brush up their knowledge in these areas or even as a supporting part of a curriculum or study project of your own.
We've supplied all the source code that will allow you to customise the app to your own requirements. We really cannot wait to see what people out there will do with the app!
- A Raspberry Pi (model A or B)
- A camera module for the Raspberry Pi
- A version of Raspbian preloaded onto an SD card.
- An ethernet connection or wifi adapter for internet access on the Pi.
- Micro USB 5V power supply
There is a great startup guide here: http://www.raspberrypi.org/help/quick-start-guide/
Or you can clone the GitHub repository MASTER branch directly to your Raspberry Pi using:
$ git clone https://github.com/pitography/BerryCamExpress.git
Guidance on installation, and how to use BerryCam is also available on the BerryCam Express Wiki
If you need to ask us a question, or have issues related to installation or usage of BerryCam Express please take a look on our issues pages
The native app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad is still available. Download on the App Store and get more information on setting up BerryCam on the Fotosyn website