05-13-2009 01:58 AM
I'd like to use two quick cam pro 9000 to deturmin the position of and object.
To do this I need the focal length of the lens. As this camera has an auto focus, is it possible to get the focal length from the cameras device driver? Or get a minimum and maximum focal length and calibrate it against a focus scale from the camera?
05-13-2009 03:21 AM
Please contact Logitech Support directly for assistance with this issue.
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