|DSRL Compact System|
|Image Sensor Resolution||24 Megapixels|
|Hemisphere Diameter (px)||3800|
(for camera triggering)
Bluetooth. Works up to 5 meters
Smartphone can also be used (not included)
|Battery charger||External or in camera charging|
|Number of batteries||2|
|Lens||Field of view (FOV)||180° Hemispherical|
|Weight (Kg) with camera||2.27|
(to identify North direction)
(required for radiation analysis)
User must orient camera top toward North or record its
orientation using a magnetic compass or a compass app
and smartphone (not included)
|Carrying case||Weight (Kg)||3.2|
|WinSCANOPY Mini LAI Solar with XLScanopy Mini|
WinSCANOPY Reg or Pro with XLScanopy
*Note: Based on a compact mirrorless DSLR camera with 24 Mega pixels resolution. This DSLR is very lightweight and compact in size making it ideal to travel with in forest or fields. Despite this, it produces images of quality that equals or surpasses those of conventional DSLR systems (mirror based).
All these systems acquire images and store them on memory cards that can be swapped in the fields. They also come with a one year warranty.
Our sales department (firstname.lastname@example.org) can give you a quote for the systems, software and accessories described on this page (see Important Notes below). Our digital cameras come with more accessories than those provided by their manufacturer. As an example, on some system, we include a second battery and a high capacity memory card to store a reasonable amount of images. They also come with a calibration, additional operating instructions and technical support.
Software Alone or Complete System?
When WinSCANOPY is ordered as a complete system, you get a calibration file that indicates WinSCANOPY which camera and lens is in use (but you can change it) and where in the image is the hemisphere with a 180 degrees field of view for your camera and lens pair. The lens sees more than 180 degrees, so it is important to find the hemisphere radius which corresponds to the 180 degrees. Also the position of the hemisphere in the image changes between different cameras of the same make and model. You also get a lens calibration which allows to compensate for non-linearities in the projection in the image in function of the zenith angle. To analyse images in these conditions you do not need to enter camera parameters (this is all done for you in the calibration file), you simply click the image. For more information about camera and lens calibration click here.
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