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December 2, 2002, 09:50:23
I'm working at high-speed image processing. Currently I'm using a standard CCIR or EIA camera with a standard analog video frame grabber. I know the technology 1394 in cameras and frame grabbers and I wonder If I could make the change to 1394 without any problems. I want to know the image transfer time and the minimum trigger to trigger time (in usec).
Thanks.


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December 2, 2002, 20:04:11
Hello,

At the moment I do not know DCAM cameras (FireWire cameras) that provide frame rates higher than 30 fps.
Our Video to FireWire converter DFG/1394-1 provides a field based image stream. Filed based means: 50 fps (odd and even fields).

For more information, please refer to:

http://www.1394imaging.com/products/interfaces/dfg13941/

Best regards
Johannes
IC Support


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December 3, 2002, 10:53:26
Hello,

Thanks for the quickly answer. And how dos it do in asynchronous transfer?. A trigger input initiate the acquisition of an image at any time, transfer the image (in 1/30 fps) and then can I trigger the camera without any delay and initiate another image transfer inmediatly?. I think in standard EIA cameras whith synchronous transfer mode where I can only get an image every 1/30 sec.

Thanks,

Xavi


This message was originally posted by Xavi in the old IC Imaging Control Support Forum.