Ars Technica Just-released Raspberry Pi 2 can be DoSed by bright flashes of light Ars Technica The bug in the Raspberry Pi 2 was documented over the weekend in a post in the Raspberry Pi Foundation forums and Monday in a blog post by the same nonprofit organization. The discovery was triggered when forum veteran Peter Onion snapped a photo
BBC News Raspberry Pi 2 is 'camera shy' BBC News The latest version of Raspberry Pi's credit-card-sized budget computer reboots itself when exposed to camera flashes, users have found.
The Register Raspberry Pi 2 power crashes when exposed to xenon flash ZDNet It seems that the new Raspberry Pi 2 is susceptible to flash photography, with users complaining of the board losing power when put under the glare of a xenon tube flash — commonly used in flash photography.
TechnoBuffalo Raspberry Pi 2 Can Crash If You Take Its Picture TechnoBuffalo Early adopters of the Raspberry Pi 2 have stumbled across a very strange problem when taking pictures of their unit. If using a camera with a Xenon flash, the machine locks up completely and cannot be used until it has been power cycled.
The Register 'Camera-shy' Raspberry Pi 2 suffers strange 'XENON DEATH FLASH' glitch The Register Vid An odd little flaw in the new Raspberry Pi 2 has been discovered just days after its geekgasmic release – the PC doesn't like being papped under the bright lights of cameras. It apparently freezes when a Xenon flash is used to photograph the …