..all bets are off in that case....although as its automatic, it may be able to cope, but probably the fisheye is outside of its tuning parameters.sharix wrote:I've also noticed this, but I have another fisheye lens on top of the built-in lens, so ...
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Do you not read what is posted by others?gabriel.klein wrote:It seams to be a defect (that could be fixed by an update of the firmware).
As the update of the firmware is not a wish of Raspberry/Broadcom, should we ask for a recall of the product?
What bit of that says that it is not a wish of The Pi Foundation or Broadcom?! Well, each to their own - good luck on demanding a recall.There's an option being investigated which optionally reintroduces the statistics pass through the ISP that the lens shading algorithm wanted.
You say it yourself, it's a £25 camera on a £30 processor board. How high do you really set your expectations?!gabriel.klein wrote:I spent some money to buy many cameras, many prototypes to be built, but my expectations are not met due to this bug.
Not going to go into details, but the Foundation are now employing several of the ex-Broadcom people, and Broadcom have retained several folk especially for Pi support. There were options presented to me for staying with Broadcom to develop the Pi multimedia side further and I chose not to go down that route. They are paying people to provide support, but Broadcom has lost a fair chunk of the detailed knowledge via their decision to close down the MPS team, so those new support people have to learn their way around a large amount of code.gabriel.klein wrote:My complaint is not that the issue was not fixed, but due to the fact that you are not paid anymore. You were providing a great product, with a great potential, and broadcom is making money by selling this device. Paying a few employees to support this camera is an investment and not a cost for them!!!
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git clone https://github.com/raspberrypi/userland.git cd userland ./buildme
Mostly, I'd recommend that folks install the "build essential" package with sudo apt-get install build-essential to ensure gcc and make are likely to work.6by9 wrote: I think all the required tools are installed on Raspbian by default, but I could be wrong.
You need to run those three commands with sudo, you then need to use sudo reboot to get the new firmware active.SirNight wrote:apt-get update
Thanks for the fast respond.DougieLawson wrote:You need to run those three commands with sudo, you then need to use sudo reboot to get the new firmware active.SirNight wrote:apt-get update