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A Leopard Imaging Camera, 64GB microSD card, and USB-C wall adapter are this week's new products.

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Hello, everyone! We have three new products to showcase today and it all starts off with a new version of the Leopard Imaging Camera. This camera is the same one featured in the JetBot v2.1 Kit, but is now available on its own. Second is the brand new Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 64GB MicroSD Card approved by the Raspberry Pi Foundation as one of the go-to memory cards to use with their development boards. Last but not least, we also have a handy USB-C wall adapter.

Today is your last chance to get some great deals on some of our favorite kits! Check out the newest products available in our Spring Sale, which will end tonight, May 22, at 11:59 p.m. MT. We’ve added some books that will help maximize materials you already have on hand!

Let's take a closer look at our new products for the week.

Leopard Imaging Camera - 136 Degree FOV

Leopard Imaging Camera - 136 Degree FOV


The Leopard Imaging Camera is a 136° FOV (field of view) wide angle camera module that is great for machine vision applications, and is designed specifically to be compatible with the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit.

Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 64GB MicroSD Card with Adapter

Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 64GB MicroSD Card with Adapter


The Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 64GB MicroSD Card is a top-of-the-line memory card perfect for popular single board computers like the Raspberry Pi 4. Featuring superior 170MB/s read speeds and 70MB/s write speeds, it makes adding an image to the card super quick (less than three minutes for the latest Raspbian image). For those using this for photography or videography, it provides the performance needed for 4K Video with U3 and V30 speed performance.

USB-C Wall Adapter - 5.1V, 3A (Black)

USB-C Wall Adapter - 5.1V, 3A (Black)


This is a wall adapter with a USB Type-C Connector that fulfills the 15.3W power requirements of the Raspberry Pi 4, and is the same power supply that we include in our Raspberry Pi kits. It can also be used for other devices that require up to 5.1VDC and 3A.

That's it for this week! As always, we can't wait to see what you make! Shoot us a tweet @sparkfun, or let us know on Instagram or Facebook. We’d love to see what projects you’ve made!

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