Apertus Axiom Alpha – prototype produces first images

November 3rd, 2013 Jump to Comment Section
Apertus Axiom Alpha - prototype produces first images
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First prototype hardware of the Apertus Axiom, including a lens mount

The open-source camera project Apertus, which has announced its module-based Axiom camera concept recently (read our post here), has its very first prototype ready and – in best open-source spirit – shares the prototype’s first images with the world in a very “raw” stage.

But don’t get too excited just yet. The first images show that everything is very uncalibrated and full of artifacts – nevertheless, it’s a significant milestone for the team and we look forward to following their progress.

Learn more about this first image of the Apertus Axiom camera on the Apertus website

Learn more about this first image of the Apertus Axiom camera on the Apertus website

The team will next work on a debayering process, and a way to resample the image to get it out via the HDMI. And they will work on the camera enclosure …

To find out much more, click here to head over to the Apertus blog and read about their advances in great (technical) detail!

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