For each panorama the camera records 6 jpg photos of 2560x 1920 pixel.
File size is 500kb to about 1.2 MB per photo. Altogether 3 MB to 7.2 MB for each panorama.
3 Release modes
- Distance by GPS.
- Frame-rate, up to 7 panoramas per second.
- Wireless by WIFI with any Apple, Android or Windows phone, tablet or notebook
- By Ethernet cable with any Apple, Android or Windows phone, tablet or notebook.
- By a wired push-button for manual release.
Soon we will shoot with the standard roof mount that lifts the camera a lot higher above the car.
The vehicle then will be less visible.
In addition to the images the DIY-streetview camera v2 also logs for each panorama the Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Date and Time as well as pitch, roll and direction.
In parallel a second log records Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Date and Time at about 20 times per second.
The DIY-streetview camera v2 records to a Samsung EVO SSD. That can be switched easily.
Capacities available: 120 GB, 250 GB, 500GB, 1 TB.
The DIY-streetview camera v2 runs on 12 Volt DC.
A 12 Volt/7Ah battery is included. It should last for about 3 hours. Larger capacity batteries can be used for longer recording.
The provided GNSS receiver supports 4 different GPS systems with base stations.
Accuracy is 60 cm to 3 meters, depending on the circumstances.
A OBD2 (On Board Diagnostic 2) Adapter can be connected for extra odometer data to help with urban canyon situations.
Additionally third party GPS receivers from Trimble, u-blox, Hemisphere, Novateland Topcon can be connected to improve the accuracy.
Also NMEA format input is supported. See yourself.