Thats Ok, I just feel all the effort the guys and gals put in to making the software work is worth paying a little bit more for a camera that you know is going to work and thats been tested.
That way you know you wont have any problems and if you do well its their camera and they will sort it our on the forum for you until its resolved.
What made me decide was this video, It instantly focused on what the camera was about.
Its really should be there goto video for an explanation on the camera as the one Lightburn use its a bit old and really out of date, if people saw this first they would buy lightburn without any hesitation. I know Oz is going to update it at some point but its a lot of work to re do video tutorials ( an dead boring)
Watch this and any reservations you might have will disappear. Lightburn should give him a free renewal for giving them a brilliant sales video.
Lightburn Camera Video WHy & WHAT for
One thing thats is not that clear on setting up the camera in my opinion is the actual calibration of the camera, it just didnt gel with me and i had to ask and that is you do not need to mount the camera in the machine to calibrate, it can be anywhere, so for arguments sake when you come to calibrate the lens stick the card on a wall and point the camera at it at roughly the right distance, trying to calibrate in the machine was a nightmare on a K40, once I did this it was perfect first attempt, before that the scores I was getting were crap.
Also do the calculation to make sure you buy the right camera, its in the help menu in lightburn itself.
Anyway have fun and remember that where you place it is quite important as it will get covered in crap and fumes from the smoke, i keep the little lens cover that came with mine on the camera all the time I am not using it.
Apart from that it is probably the best thing Lightburn has for alignment in its toolbox.