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Years in the making, Apertus has released 25 beta developer kits for AXIOM–their open source digital cinema camera. This isn’t your point-and-shoot digital camera. The original proof of idea from 2013 had a Zynq processor (a Zedboard), a super 35 4K picture sensor, as well as a Nikon F-Mount.

The gadget today is modular with several options. For example, there is an HDMI output module, however  DisplayPort, 4K HDMI, as well as USB 3.0 options are in development. You can see several sample videos taken with the device, below.

The present gadget uses a Cmosis CMV12000 picture module, although a Kodak KAC12040 as well as Cmosis CMV2000 module are in the works. You can discover the total specs online, however be conscious that some of these specifications are forward-looking. On the other hand, the videos clearly show it is in a working state.

If you’ve been looking for an open source FPGA or microcontroller job to hook up with, this may be it. like a great deal of open source companies, they are trying to commercialize to keep the job healthy, however if you read their website, they seem to be committed to the open principles.

We’ve seen the astrophysics neighborhood doing similar things–maybe they should collaborate. We’ve likewise looked at the technology included in picture sensors if you want a refresher.

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