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To put it in general terms that will be more useful to more readers for a longer period of time: You're trying to decide between a newer lower tier camera and an older camera from one tier higher up. Which works best for you will still be based in which features are most applicable to the types of photography for which you plan to use the camera. In terms ...


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About any APS-C DSLR will do (APS-C gives you a bit more depths of field than a full-frame). The 18-55mm Canon kit lens has good and bad versions. To make it simple the good ones have stabilization (aka "IS"). You can use instead a short "macro" lens. You loose the zoom capability but you gain in sharpness. Two good and not too expensive lenses: Canon EF-S ...


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there are many systems that might be useful for you. GigE Vision and GenICam are the standards that you are looking for. Individual manufacturers that support this standard have an API that you can use for your purposes. There are multiple manufacturers that produce the type of the cameras that you want. But the best approach would be to handle the ...


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A really quick search came up with Programmable Motorized Focus Camera Raspberry Pi now Supports Auto Focus. There are a bunch of things like this, and combining with a small ARM computer like the Pi seems like it can easily cover your other needs. This isn't an endorsement of that particular model, just an example of the kind of thing you should look for. ...


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