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Want to create HD video and still photographs from your Raspberry Pi or Compute Module? Well picture this: Utilising the IMX219PQ image sensor from Sony which offers high-speed video imaging and high sensitivity, The Raspberry Pi HD Camera Module V2 includes 8 megapixels of high quality imaging, reduced image contamination and automatic control functions such as exposure control, white balance and luminance detection. Whether you are trying out time-lapse or doing some wildlife watching, there is plenty to play with here.
Designed to protect your Raspberry Pi 3 B from all those little knocks and scrapes, the official Raspberry Pi 3 Case in red/white (think Raspberries and cream), is made from high quality moulded plastic, making it both stylish and lightweight. The case has a modular construction, consisting of five pieces that snap together, so there's no need for tools or screws. When assembled it allows access to all the necessary ports, while making your board look just that little bit more elegant.
The Sense HAT does exactly what its name promises. This add-on board fits as snuggly as headwear to the top of your Raspberry Pi, providing it with a huge amount of additional sensing functionality, and turning it into the incredible Astro Pi. The Sense HAT's circuit based sensors make it ideal for experiments, exploration and applications in space (as well as nearer earth), and enables the Pi to measure pressure, velocity, humidity, temperature, orientation and more. The 8x8 multi-coloured LED Matrix & 5-button joystick make it just as good for gaming too.
If you are looking for a development board for a more complex project, the Arduino Mega 2560 is for you. Ideal for use in 3D printing and robotics, this handy bit of kit is based on the ATmega2560 Microcontroller, and can be used both standalone or connected to a PC. Amongst other fantastic features, with 54 x digital I/O pins, 16 Analogue inputs and 4 UART, it will certainly keep you busy.