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.
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!