I've previously asked Roughly how many self-viewing cameras are present in a Falcon 9 LEO mission? asking if it's closer to a dozen or a hundred on a log scale, because I have a hunch there's probably three dozen imaging devices present altogether, even if they're not all active at the same time.
Then I saw this answer - the last paragraph says:
To sum it up, selfie capabilities offer no scientific value but add costs. A selfie capability is however important for marketing and PR purposes, as it allows the operator to share footage with the public. I am thinking about the glorious footage from the Falcon 9, or the propaganda-heavy Chinese Space Station footage taken from its companion satellite Banxing-2.
I think this is probably wrong as it is written - considering the continuous and rapid rate of technology evolution going on with each new launch.