Do we need to do anything special to enable Support for 12MP Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera ?I have just ordered one but I have not received it yet.I will let you know my findings.
I am using the Rasberry Pi HQ camera and would like to use exposure times greater than available in the slider. I used Node-RED to increase the value max 5000ms but it doesn't seem to have any effect.
This means that the new 12MP camera is working with Openscan? :-)
Which lens is recommended? And can it be used with Raspberry Pi 4?
I want to build OpenScan and would like to use latest components if possible.
@Sandro Bilbeisi Problem "solved" :) It is a GPU issue and I had to increase the internal GPU memory from 128 to 256 (on my Pi 3b+) and now it seems to work properly. I am still testing and will release an update if necessary, but so far everything is working fine with the current interface :)) (Except for the preview, which sometimes times out, but this is only a minor issue)
I've got mine yesterday and already performed a few first tests. Unfortunately the Python library, which is used in the openscan interface does not support the full resolution yet, but I assume that it will be updated soon :) You see my current findings/comparison here: https://www.reddit.com/r/OpenScan/comments/gdeqay/hiqh_quality_raspberry_pi_camera_12mp_for/
I have also ordered an adapter ring for my Canon EF lenses and I am very curious about the results. I will post the updates as soon as possible.
Anyway, the image quality (especially sharpness and colors) are much better with the new camera and so I hope, that the resulting meshes and especially the textures should get notably better.
Anyway, I would be very happy to see your results and if you need any help with the software, just let me know.