Quick cheat sheets for pinball machines you may never have seen before. Hopefully a good enough paragraph describing what a quick strategy might be. Deeper strategies can be found on pintips, PAPA rulesheets, and other pinball message boards.
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I use Logitech webcams connected to a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and run a Python script that uses GStreamer to create RTSP feeds for the cameras and make them available over the network. It's still a work in progress but is available on Gitlab here: Picam Software.
For stream production I currently use OBS with a PC running Ubuntu. I have the OBS GStreamer Plugin installed to access the RTSP streams from the Pi. The VLC Input should also work but I recommend the GStreamer plugin. I also have the Linux Browser Plugin installed for some custom overlays.
Logitech Brio/4K Pro Webcam Amazon
Used as the playfield camera at 720p60. If connected to a USB 3.0 port you could do 1080p60 as well. Recommended over the C922 since its clarity and quality is significantly better. Typically goes on sale every few weeks for at least $20 off.
Logitech C920 Webcam Amazon
If 30fps is enough this camera is sufficient. It also supports h.264 encoding on board to save network bandwidth. I use these for backglass and player cameras.
Raspberry Pi 3B+ Amazon
An RPi3 or ZeroW could also be used but I suggest the better WiFi and ports on the 3B+.
Raspberry Pi Case
Pick your favorite, you'll want a case.
Anker 10,000mAh Battery Amazon
Anker 20,000mAh Battery Amazon
The RPi3B+ with a Brio and two C920s draws about 1.5A so ~8W. This drops to about 0.5A when the cameras aren't being viewed since they turn off if nothing is accessing the RTSP feed. Depending on the situation you might be able to get by with the 10000mAh battery but size the battery for how long you think you need to go. Each C920 draws ~250mA and the Brio seems to draw about 500mA. The Pi is limited to 1.2A shared across the USB ports so three cameras will work but pushes it a bit.