I discovered this interface a little while ago and just got around to trying it out.
It is really great for running a raspberry Pi Camera (Like I am doing) as an additional rov camera. I am setting mine up to take pictures for Structure From Motion.
It is very easy to set up (you need very very few skills. just cut and paste).
Once installing (and rebooting), you need to configure the camera with:
cd RPi_Cam_Web_Interface ./RPi_Cam_Web_Interface_Installer.sh
When the config opens (the installer):
You first choose start camera. It will start your camera (I know, duh.) Once camera starts you choose configure camera and select the line that auto starts the camera on boot. (I am noting this because this step was unclear and I thought my cameras were borked)
The interface is simple and allows you to change all of the settings on the fly. It allows you to start and stop videos and time lapses or take pictures and it even lets you reboot or shutdown! OMG! I am very excited since shutting down via ssh is a tedious step. Not shutting down makes corrupt image more likely and my SD card is potted in epoxy with the rest of the board. So that equals brick.
I tried out night mode (I have regular, non-IR camera running) and it has a picture a little brighter than the naked eye. This impressed me, though it is no good for motion, it takes a while to build up the detail. :D.