There is a thread in the camera forum talking about long cable lengths, Google should find it.msharma wrote:What sort of distance do you think I could get on the ribbon cable? Ideally a few meters but I understand that this is very unfeasible, but I can't really think of an alternative.
Could I not drop the framerate on the camera to reduce power?
Thanks for your response!
That is very good actually, thank you for that information!! I'm working on a project which is very sensitive to power consumption.mikerr wrote:I found dropping resolution saves quite a bit of power
(recording in 720p instead of 1080 )
Hi, the current plan is using the camera as a rear camera, car will be moving at maybe 50 mph. Is it speed or acceleration that seems to affect it? It is likely that images are quite ... stable.pi-anazazi wrote:Hi!
I have a cam with a 2m cable and with fast (!) moving of the cam I saw some problems in the past that the films appeared some kind of "fragmented", however, with normal movement that should not be a problem.
Power saving: turn off video output? Turn off USB? There are some infos on this here on the formum