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Interaction Designer at Tellart & founder of bildr.org


Mar
14
comment Why do two cameras with different resolution but both with 2/3″ sensors, and same mount and lens, give a different view?
Yep.. That was it. I checked the sensor docs, and though they are both 2/3in class, neither are exactly 2/3in, and they are different from each other. Thanks!
Mar
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accepted Why do two cameras with different resolution but both with 2/3″ sensors, and same mount and lens, give a different view?
Mar
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Mar
9
comment Why do two cameras with different resolution but both with 2/3″ sensors, and same mount and lens, give a different view?
These are industrial video cameras made by allied vision. The prosillica GX 1920 and the manta 504.
Mar
9
comment Why do two cameras with different resolution but both with 2/3″ sensors, and same mount and lens, give a different view?
Im reading the raw sensor output for the testing, so it wouldn't be a viewfinder issue or anything. And I thought about the sensor distance. Im measuring to the end of the lens. That was my first thought. But for all c-mounts the flange focal distance is supposed to be the same. I believe that is the distance from the lens mount to the sensor.
Mar
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asked Why do two cameras with different resolution but both with 2/3″ sensors, and same mount and lens, give a different view?