NIRCam, or the Near Infrared Camera, is a key instrument on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), optimized for capturing images in the near-infrared spectrum. This instrument plays a crucial role in the telescope’s primary objectives, including the study of the earliest stars and galaxies, the formation of stars, and the observation of exoplanets. NIRCam is designed not only to provide detailed imagery but also to work in conjunction with other instruments on JWST to perform spectroscopic analyses. Its advanced technology includes capabilities for wide-field and coronagraphic imaging, enabling astronomers to see through cosmic dust and analyze celestial phenomena in unprecedented detail.