I would like to know what solutions you have come up with for usb camera image capture.
The “fast” ghi camera module is very lo-res (320x240) and the slightly higher res module (640x480) is serial and thus pretty slow (6=7 seconds per image, and prone to the NETMF serial stream bug)
Does anyone have any recommendations for a higher res USB (Non Serial) camera that can capture higher resolution (1080p) at least at a couple FPS?
Or maybe an interface to a standard dslr that can be used to capture images that way?
I know GHI is working on some new camera modules, but I’d like to know what people have used for this type of application…
You could consider using this: https://www.ghielectronics.com/downloads/man/Library_Documentation_v4.3/html/a51a7fb5-a48a-0a99-e0da-0067a2842d5f.htm
I am not sure of what are the requirements for webcams. Mine did work well, but it was only able to stream low resolutions (it was capable of doing 2MP).
What main board were you using? A Raptor? Cerberus?
And I am pretty sure that if you want to have a challenge, you could try writing a driver for your USB device. GHI gives you all the instruments to do this job.
@ mtylerjr - You could check and see if this is still available: