ESP32 Cameras: Comparison And Test (OV2640)


A picture says more than a thousand words. This is why the world is moving away from text to images and video. We, as Makers, can profit from this movement because we get dirt cheap hardware to play with. And if it works with an ESP32, even better. Time for a closer look.
In this video I will:
- Compare the features of the four boards
- Try to get all of them working. Here we will see that we have to overcome the usual obstacles
- Try to use the new class of I2S MEMS microphones presented in my last mailbag. Two of the modules have such a microphone included
- Try out two sorts of camera lenses

TTGO ESP32 camera Black: or
TTGO ESP32 camera White: or
TTGO T-Journal:
Different cameras
Sketches and overview:

All use the OV2640 camera

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ESP32 Cameras: Comparison And Test (OV2640) ESP32 Cameras: Comparison And Test (OV2640) Reviewed by Unknown on August 25, 2019 Rating: 5