MindVision SUA630M (USB3.0 IMX178)

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MindVision SUA630M (USB3.0 IMX178)

Post by OBNRacerMan » 03 Dec 2019, 11:46

I just got my camera (I haven’t tested it yet). There was a problem with downloading drivers (the link is not working on the official MindVision website), but it was found elsewhere. The camera became visible both in the HP3Dscan scanning program and even in Media Player Classic (at the same time, the regular Camera application (unlike the old YW500U3) does not see it, since it was registered as an Imaging Device in the system).
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Re: MindVision SUA630M (USB3.0 IMX178)

Post by OBNRacerMan » 05 Dec 2019, 15:57

dental_art wrote:
05 Dec 2019, 14:48
http://www.mindvision.com.cn/
I know this site, but there is an error trying to download software for the camera.
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HTTP error 404.0-not found
The resource you were looking for has been deleted, renamed, or temporarily unavailable.

Found the same here but a little more than the earlier version 2.1.10.93 and not version 2.1.10.103.

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Re: MindVision SUA630M (USB3.0 IMX178)

Post by OBNRacerMan » 10 Dec 2019, 20:53

Conducted a small experiment that interested me (but useless in terms of scanning)
In a room with very low light (where even vision, after adapting to the dark, could only guess that “there is something”), a camera (with parameters for “maximum shutter speed” and “maximum gain”) is “something” not bad I saw.
SUA630M_dark_test_NL.jpg
"Something in the Dark" :-)
The second part of the test is infrared illumination from the remote control of the projector from a distance of about 40cm.
SUA630M_dark_test_IR.jpg
The same, but with IR illumination
Of course, the number of frames per second was not discussed.

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