I have an 8 MP 170 degrees USB camera and decided to set it up again (didn’t use it for almost a year or so). I noticed that Windows defaults it to 1600x1200 pixels, which I believe is normal. I first tried to calibrate the lens as a fish-eye lens, but that gave me a distorted overlay >
So I tried the normal lens calibration, which went perfect. When is a lens considered a fish-eye lens?
Then I drew a star on a piece of paper, traced it and cut it. The trace is pretty spot on, but the actual cut is off, on the left and at the top of the star, about 1mm (total star is about 75x75mm). see the dim cut line >
Is that within the quality limits? Or can I adjust something so that the actual cut is spot on too?
And where are these fields used for, in the camera control window. I see that it has an effect on the overlay when I add a vaue, it gets wider or less wide etc., but where would people use this for >
Final question, What is so special about the ‘official’ lightburn camera and when will the 80 and 90 degrees camera be in stock again? Is it worth upgrading to that camera?
I searched for answers on these questions in this forum and on the official LB page, but couldn’t find them.