Action cameras are usually not that open to tinkering. If you’d like to build and mess around with your own, DIY enthusiast Connor Yamada shows you how to build an action camera with a Raspberry Pi.
There are a few key parts to this project, including the Pi, the camera board, battery, SD card, a few switches and a 3D-printed case. From there, Yamada builds on a software set to do the recording then send those videos over to a computer when they’re done. It’s a bit of work to get up and running, but it produces solid results. Head over to Yamada’s site for the full guide.
Raspberry Pi Action Camera [Connor Yamada]