ESP32 PSRAM Timer Camera Fisheye (OV3660)


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The Timer Camera F is a fisheye camera module based on ESP32-D0WDQ6-V3 with 8M PSRAM and 4M Flash on board. 3.0 megapixel camera (OV3660) with DFOV 120° and a maximum resolution of 2048x1536 photos can be captured. The camera features an ultra-low-power design, and the internal integrated RTC (BM8563) draws out the IRQ signal, which can be used for sleep and timer wake-up (sleep current down to 2μA). The built-in 270mAh battery provides more than one month of battery life with timed pictures (one per hour) enabled. This esp32 cam supports Wi-Fi image transfer and USB port debugging, and the HY2.0-4P output on the bottom can be used to expand other peripherals. The on-board LED status indicator and reset button facilitate program development and debugging. In terms of application, M5Stack provides a number of simple and efficient application development methods and interfaces for the TimerCAM series, making it easy for users to use and develop their applications. (including PC/Mobile photo shooting APP, cloud image HTTP interface for timer shooting, cloud AI recognition interface (not online yet), etc.)

Product Features

  • Design based on esp32
  • Wi-Fi image transmission
  • Timed sleep wake up
  • Status indicator
  • Ultra low power design
  • Built-in 270mAh battery
  • Programming platform:ESP-IDF/Arduino/UIFlow


  • 1x Timer Camera F
  • 1x LEGO Adapter
  • 1x Wall-1515
  • 1x Type-C USB(20cm)


  • Take pictures regularly
  • Remote video monitoring


Resources Parameter
Flash 4M
Battery 270mAh
Image Sensor OV3660
Maximum resolution 3M pixels
Output format 8-/10-Bit RAW, RGB and YCbCr output, compression.
DFOV 120°
Net weight 21g
Gross weight 44g
Product Size 48*24*22.6mm
Package Size 75*45*30mm


  • Camera-Tool is suitable for TimerCAM and UnitCAM series products. The GROVE interface needs to be connected to the PC through the TTL-TO-USB adapter board before UnitCAM is used.
    Use TimerCAM to achieve low-power wake-up shooting function, which requires Wi-Fi connection. The captured pictures will be automatically uploaded to the M5 cloud, and a fixed HTTP interface will be generated through a unique token, and other devices can access through this interface to obtain the latest frame of pictures and the current battery voltage status of the device
    Use M5CORE type equipment to connect TimerCAM/Unit CAM through GROVE interface to realize command to control the camera UART to transmit images and preview them on the M5CORE screen, or configure the timer shooting upload cloud function (return to fixed HTTP API).
    This tutorial will show you how to periodically transfer images to a computer shared folder via TimerCAM (based on the SMB file sharing transfer protocol)
    Arduino IDE environment setup-TimerCAM/UnitCAM
    This tutorial will show you how to periodically transfer images to Amazon S3 file storage service via TimerCAM

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    Brett Silverman
    Timer Cam

    Good, complete product

    Bruno Guerrero
    Nice camera

    Got a hard time finding good code to use it, but it works pretty good in the end. With a full charged battery, I managed to take 1 picture every 30mn, each time sent through HTTP to my server, for about 6 hours. Far from the 1 month advised, but I guess HTTP communication wasn't considered in the description, and my code can still be optimized. Still, pretty satisfied and willing to try it more :)


    Good and fast delivery

    Imre Olasz

    ESP32 PSRAM Timer Camera Fisheye (OV3660)

    Wassim FILALI
    Really low power, good sw

    The camera is a real low power device, and has a great sw provided, I managed to add it as board in platformio and developed a low power mqtt lapse camera that lasts more than a week sending one image every 5 min

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