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  • Sampling performance in RAW-mode

    Hi, I have here two very first uCAM II modules. For an new project we use exclusively:
    80x60 resolution, 8-bit Gray Scale (RAW, 8-bit for Y only), Preview (RAW) Picture (Video-mode).

    Here (POST #6) https://forum.4dsystems.com.au/node/...8215#post48215 you say, that
    RAW pictures are always decompressed jpegs, what is surprising because of the expectable loss.
    In the Data Sheet you write: "Built-in down sampling, clamping and windowing circuits for
    VGA, QVGA, 160x120 or 80x60 image resolutions."

    So my question is: what is one Pixel in the 80x60 image. Is it an average of every 8x8 block
    of the original sensor-image or is it subsampled. Can we therefore assume to get information
    until the edge of the sensor or are the 80x60 pixel a cutaway from the inner center-window
    of the sensor?

    Does your answer apply to the uCAM III too?

    Sincerely
    H-P
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