I know there are other questions about this but I couldn't find the answer I was looking for...
I am developing a control system using a camera and I need to know theoretically the precision/resolution (I am not sure what term to use for this particular case) I can get with this camera. So I need to calculate the precision of what my camera can see with a given distance.
Despite searches I really can't find a formula to know how precise I would be with my camera. Can anyone help on that? Thank you in advance.
Data: - Sensor Size : 3.7 mm x 2.8 mm - Resolution (HxV) : 659 px x 494 px - Pixel Size (H x V) : 5.6 µm x 5.6 µm - Focal length : 16.0 mm - Distance from the measured surface : 90 mm to 110 mm
EDIT: I am trying to measure variability on a surface with a contrast analysis after a machining. So I need to know how much/small I can measure with the camera in order to know the precision of my system.