I'd prefer a camera by a producer which does support linux, but any working solution is welcome.
I need an option to shoot macros (additional lens, built-in function) and I do need it to be small (no dslr).
Nice format would be e.g. DJI Osmo Action + macro lens, but didn't find information on linux compatibility.
BTW: I'm really disappointed by #nikon about how they made the marketed #wifi feature on the #w300 #camera work: You are forced to use a closed source #android or #ios app. Even though there is #airnef around it is not usable if there is no way to switch on #wifi. For someone looking for a camera to use with #linux (and possibly like me with the #pinephone) the wifi and bluetooth function is worthless.
Got a capture of the #bluetooth communication on my #android switching on the #wifi on my #nikon #w300. Androids feature is hidden between the developer options. Finding the btsnoop_hci.log file was kind of difficult. I had to use find from the command line using adb shell. Once transferred to my laptop the file opens fine in #wireshark. Well, don't know anything about bluetooth on a protocol level and have to start reading what #l2cap and Bluetooth #AttributeProtocol are.
Turns out that the #w300 cameras wifi can only be turned on by an ios/android app using a bluetooth connection. The wifi is said to be turned on only for one action (like getting one picture). I've gottan that far that the wifi switched on and has been visible.
Now looking for a way to #capture the #bluetooth traffic on #android to find a way to enable wifi on the camera from a linux computer...