New to LightBurn. Awesome job team. The 30 day trial was extremely useful. (Even if I only needed a couple of hours to know for sure!).
I have a small to medium size CO2 laser 300 x 500mm / 12" x 20". I was playing with the new camera calculator and I’m torn between the angles.
I can go with a 160 degree camera and have the mount so shallow height wise that it’ll be in focus when the lid is closed. Is this a good idea? Can I even get through the calibration? Wouldn’t it be awesome for viewing the active print as opposed to just setting up the print? Would the fisheye be too terrible?
Or should I get the 90 degree camera and have it mounted with the lid open? Is that still enough clarity/resolution?
Should I wait on new 8MP cameras or is my laser so small that the 5MP will be perfectly sufficient?
So many questions. Sorry for the million questions I just don’t want to be disappointed with the camera 5 minutes after having it. Thanks a ton everybody!