Public Lab Research note


Announcing the Infragram Point & Shoot

by mathew |

Read more: publiclab.org/n/10391


The Infragram Point & Shoot is a modified Mobius Action Cam with a 133 degree wide-angle lens, timelapse and still photography at a resolution of 2304 × 1536, and 1080p video. It is modified with a red filter and custom white balance.

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in a reversal of our Infrablue cameras, Infragram Point & Shoot captures visible light on the red channel, and infrared on the blue.

Rosco_19_NDVI.jpg Its NDVI performance looks clear. The red filter works much better than blue on CMOS cameras. The infrared channel has its characteristic black skies and bright foliage

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We'll have these in our store soon and will announce a release date for our Kickstarter reward shipment. 14086429345_dc322ea8fd_o.jpg



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11 Comments

sweet


Hi,

I am a big fan of the mobius for my drones and having an ndvi one will be excellent. Wher can i order it please ?

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Hi Phil, We have them on preorder in our store.


This looks great! Any idea how much the unit will weigh? Trying to determine if it could be mounted to a quadcopter.

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The unit weighs 39g, plus mounting hardware. certainly easy to mount on a quadcopter!


Having just taken possession of an unmodified Mobius Cam, I was wondering if anybody has tried it with a KAP or Balloon Rig yet? Its actually not all that much bigger than the Minicam I used in this Super-Nano Bottle Rig- https://i.publiclab.org/system/images/photos/000/004/967/original/CloseUpMiniPicavet.png

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Added config file and instructions for necessary custom white balance here: http://publiclab.org/wiki/infragram-point-shoot


Have you had any trouble with the webcam mode freezing up (mac os 10.8) when you point it at things that are too bright? I know that sounds weird, but that's really what I'm seeing.

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the opposite-- when it gets too dark. something about rapid change of gain


Whoa -- well maybe the brightness is causing some regions to be black by contrast. Any workarounds? Is this well-known on a Mobius forum somewhere?

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So, is it working properly, or is it not? The sample NDVI photos look nice....

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