uPyCam - Take a photo with an ESP32-CAM running MicroPython

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Using a browser, you can connect to the boards to see the video stream. The MicroPython firmware was extended to add camera support. The firmware is located in this repository: lemariva/micropython-camera-driver.

https://lemariva.com/blog/2019/09/micropython-how-about-taking-photo-esp32
https://github.com/lemariva/uPyCam

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