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2016/11/08

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comradekingu
* back from mozfest (did mention the apertus to relevant people)
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Bertl_oO
excellent!
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Bertl_oO
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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se6astian
good morning
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Bertl
morning folks!
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comradekingu
heia
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Bertl
hey
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comradekingu
i dreamt of filling the axiom beta up with non-conductive fluid for cooling
16:17
Bertl
go ahead
16:18
comradekingu
Im thinking sealing the hdmi ports will be the problem
16:18
Bertl
but you need to keep the fluid chilled as well
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Bertl
there are watertight HDMI ports IIRC
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Bertl
at least IPX7 should be available
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comradekingu
The fluid would eminate (?) heat via the body, and be transported around through convection, and possibly the fan
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comradekingu
with the added benefit of having less/no noise
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Bertl
well, that is probably a very bad idea
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Bertl
there are parts in the Beta which can get very hot, like the FPGA
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Bertl
and there are other parts you want to keep cool, like the sesnor
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Bertl
having a medium connecting them will result in heat transfer between FPGA and sensor
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Bertl
which will nicely cool the FPGA, but heat up the sensor
16:30
comradekingu
im thinking net benefits to cooling will lessen the effects of transfer
16:31
Bertl
a heat conducting medium does not cool per se, it just distributes heat evenly
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comradekingu
That means more cooling if you can dissipate heat through the body instead of storing it locally
16:32
Bertl
it would be way simpler to simply connect the FPGA and maybe the power board to the body
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Bertl
this way the hot parts would transfer the heat to the outside without too much affecting the cool parts
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Bertl
you still need to get rid of the heat somehow
16:33
comradekingu
I live in Norway, works for me
16:34
comradekingu
i have an ample supply of -10 C going on
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Bertl
excellent
16:36
comradekingu
seeing as the inside of the case isnt sheilded from heat-transfer, im thinking a direct heatpipe would be half an oven
16:36
comradekingu
Or that it would-re-circulate to a large degree around the contact point
16:37
comradekingu
That could be dealt with however
16:37
Bertl
if you want to go for passive cooling via the body, I would isolate the lens mount (maybe the entire front) from the rest of the body
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Bertl
and connect the back to FPGA and power board
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comradekingu
I would more probably screw a massive heatsink to the body, and heatpipe through the shell
16:38
Bertl
this way the sensor will stay pretty cool with -10C ambient and the rest of the camera will be nicely warm
16:39
comradekingu
I also thought of something (while awake) How about a system where you can dial in the focal ranges for stationary rolling shutter shots
16:40
Bertl
no idea what that means :)
16:40
comradekingu
So lets say you devide the picture into 5 parts, and set up the distances for each, it could then do that live when taking the image, getting everything in focus
16:41
comradekingu
So lets say im looking at something where the top end of the image is 500 meters away, and then the other parts are 400 200 100 and 0
16:42
Bertl
if you want everything in focus, just choose a small aperture :)
16:44
comradekingu
Yes, but i want the equivalent of turning while capturing
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Bertl
would need to be quite fast I guess
16:46
comradekingu
However fast automatic lenses can keep up, i have only one, and that is 40+ years old
16:46
comradekingu
Lets say you just quickly drew a curve of what the distance was top to bottom in the image
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comradekingu
Or the software interpollated between the set-points so it could get every line right
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comradekingu
That would take right now, many many many images to do, and a whole lot of manual editing
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comradekingu
Lets say you could also do it vertically, and you wouldnt need millions of pictures
16:48
Bertl
well, focus changes require mechanical movement and I doubt that this will work across the focal range within a frame
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comradekingu
I was thinking it would work if the camera was stationary
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Spirit532
comradekingu, if I read the scrollback correctly, you just want a motion controlled programmable AF puller that works via the lens interface, right?
18:43
Spirit532
motion control, rather.
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Spirit532
curves and all.
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Bertl
which is fast enough to pull the focus during a single frame
18:47
comradekingu
Spirit532: yes
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Spirit532
impossible mechanically
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Spirit532
period
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Spirit532
ypi
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comradekingu
I dont care how long it takes to shoot a single frame
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Spirit532
not video?
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comradekingu
stills
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Spirit532
that's easy
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comradekingu
I just want control of depth of field
18:47
Spirit532
just a bit of code, really
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Spirit532
focus stacking?
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comradekingu
if possible
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Spirit532
yeah, that's easy
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Spirit532
provided you know the interface, have the hardware already(connected to the ARM side of things, though FPGA via ARM would be ok too)
18:48
Spirit532
just a bit of software to sequence it, really
18:49
Bertl
if time is not important, it can be done via a shell script
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Spirit532
shooo
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Spirit532
you've got bare metal, run bare metal
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Bertl
focus to 0, capture frame, step focus, capture frame, ...
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Spirit532
yup
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Spirit532
or just capture video at full res into RAM
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Spirit532
and focus slowly
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Spirit532
(but digitally, so it's smooth)
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Bertl
off for now ... bbl
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se6astian
I am off to bed
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se6astian
good night
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