Using the RPi Cam Web Interface

Final Word

RPCWI is hands down the most versatile and powerful tool that can transform the Raspberry Pi and the camera module combination into a platform for all kinds of creative photo and video projects: from a remote-controlled security camera to a time-lapse photography device.

The Author

Dmitri Popov has been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for many years, and his articles have appeared in Danish, British, US, German, Spanish, and Russian magazines and websites. Dmitri is an amateur photographer, and he writes about open source photography tools on his Scribbles and Snaps blog at

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