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Re: Some of my scans

Post by OBNRacerMan » 12 Oct 2020, 08:19

mading wrote:
12 Oct 2020, 07:45
Will check i the RangeVision Spectrum is sold with many lenses.

For a "pro" setup you will need a couple of 12, 16, 25 mm lenses. I guess.
Here, for example, you can clearly see that the original version of the Rangevision Pro scanner comes with a set of lenses with different focal lengths:
https://youtu.be/08v_wrdQY4c

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Re: Some of my scans

Post by mading » 12 Oct 2020, 08:27

OK. I looked at the SPectrum version official videos only.
So, are you saying with the software we can build a scanner with features of pro?
Cool!
Would be interesting to know which (kind of) projector they use in the Pro.
Seems they put a custom lens on it.
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Re: Some of my scans

Post by OBNRacerMan » 12 Oct 2020, 08:42

mading wrote:
12 Oct 2020, 08:27
OK. I looked at the SPectrum version official videos only.
So, are you saying with the software we can build a scanner with features of pro?
Cool!
Would be interesting to know which (kind of) projector they use in the Pro.
Seems they put a custom lens on it.
The “hobbyist” version of Rangevision's DIY software introduces some limitations (to avoid direct competition with their flagship Rangevision Pro). The limitation is to reduce the working resolution of cameras from 6.3MP to 5MP (according to rumors, it is possible that in the final version for new users this will be limited to 3MP).
I, as one of the early buyers, have the ability to work with 5MP resolution (also for any option, it remains possible to use 1.5MP binning (this function is available with recommended Daheng MER630 cameras)).
As for the projector for Pro, I don't have accurate information, but it seems like there is a specialized projection module (i.e. it is not a ready-made, and slightly modernized household projector, as in simple models of their scanners).
It is possible that something similar to this is used:
https://www.polyga.com/evm-3d-scanner-kit/

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Re: Some of my scans

Post by mading » 13 Oct 2020, 13:26

OBNRacerMan wrote:
12 Oct 2020, 08:42
It is possible that something similar to this is used:
https://www.polyga.com/evm-3d-scanner-kit/
that's cool.

Sw and Hw ordered.
Limited to 16mm, for now. Let's see how it works.

I see that LG is selling a post-P1500: LG HF60LSR
Maybe a good partner for the rangeVision.
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Re: Some of my scans

Post by mading » 13 Oct 2020, 13:28

OBNRacerMan wrote:
12 Oct 2020, 08:42
The limitation is to reduce the working resolution of cameras from 6.3MP to 5MP (according to rumors, it is possible that in the final version for new users this will be limited to 3MP).
Still 5 Mpx, as far as the seller confirmed.
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Re: Some of my scans

Post by OBNRacerMan » 13 Oct 2020, 15:33

mading wrote:
13 Oct 2020, 13:26
I see that LG is selling a post-P1500: LG HF60LSR
Maybe a good partner for the rangeVision.
For me the LG HF60LSR is too expensive (even a used one). Now a local flea market has a PF1500 - and I just have no money, because haven't sold JmGO J6S yet :evil:

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