I'd consider using a donor camera from a laptop. Laptop webcams compact and are already USB.Always back to the camera thing.
I suspect that this is a USB one. If so, a plug adapter could be made to a male Type A?
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Or, something like this - though you would likely want a shorter cable:
Or, this would fit on a key chain and has a TransFlash (microSD?) slot on it:
But - if you want to connect a camera to a Pyra, the shortest route is through the USB 2.0 ports. You could even do two cameras on them.
Are there any SDIO cameras that work on the Pyra? I've thought about both before but USB is unwieldy and I thought that there were no SDIO camera's that would work on the Pyra available.Those of you who want a camera can always just buy a USB or SDIO offering. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Regarding the OP, I don't think that the Pyra is supposed to have replaceable components like the PC. ED's stated aims is that it is designed to have the potential for future upgrades without redesigning the case, battery, keyboard or getting a new screen.
It is a lofty goal and worth trying, but whether it works out that way remains to be seen.
I would expect there are, but we can't know for sure until someone has tested them.Are there any SDIO cameras that work on the Pyra? I've thought about both before but USB is unwieldy and I thought that there were no SDIO camera's that would work on the Pyra available.