The ESP32 Camera module comes with the well know high-performance Espressif ESP32 Wifi+Bluetooth+BLE SoC, and an tiny OV2640 camera module with 2MP resolution.
– Main frequency up to 240MHz, up to 600 DMIPS
– 520 KB SRAM, 4M PSRAM
– UART/SPI/I2C/PWM/ADC/DAC Interfaces
– Micro-SD memory card slot
– Lwip and FreeRTOS operating system
– Supports Smart Config/AirKiss one-click distribution network
– OmniVision OV2640 camera module included (1600 x 1200 px)
The ESP32 Camera module comes in a very small form factor of just 27 x 40mm, and fits perfectly on a Breadboard for your experiments.
2 modules “ESP32-CAM” with Wi-Fi + BT + BLE and OV2640 Cameras (2MP). The ESP32 is a single core, 80-240MHz MCU with plenty of power even for face recognition and video processing. ESP32-CAM requires 5V power supply, but works internally with 3.3V. Therefore, logic levels are 3.3V as well.
Supported Wi-Fi standards: 802.11 b/g/n/e/I – Supported Bluetooth standards: V4.2 BR/EDR & BLE
ATTENTION: As to see on some negative reviews, not everyone realizes that this module doesn’t have a USB port! A USB-TTL UART adapter like FT232RL, CH340G, CP2102 or similar is required for programming and serial communication. We have several different modules available for you.
Please see GitHub, Instructables, Hackaday or even Arduino website for libraries, code example, and hook-up guides.