The CSI (Camera Serial Interface) interface on the Raspberry Pi Board allows us to directly connect the PiCamera module. This Pi Camera module uses a 15-pin ribbon cable to connect to the Raspberry Pi's CSI port.
In the terminal, type "sudo raspi-config."
Select Interfacing Options from the drop-down menu.
Use the text-based menu to turn off your Raspberry Pi camera.
Click "Enabled" for the camera under the Interfaces tab, then OK.
To begin, connect the camera module's ribbon connector to the Raspberry Pi's connector. The camera connects to the white connection closest to the USB and Ethernet interfaces. The other connector, on the opposite side of the single-board computer, is for connecting a monitor.
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