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Satya Prasanna Mallick

Controlling Exposure of the FLIR camera

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Which camera model are we talking about?

I believe the recent ones are GigE & GenICam compliant so the set attribute vi from IMAQdx with the correct attribute name (to be found in the camera user manual) should do the job.

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I'm curious about the FLIR cameras. I've not had a chance to use them in an application, but they have always intrigued me. If you get your problem resolved (and I think Antoine gave some great advice) can you elaborate a little on the camera and perhaps the application?

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pre-2010 I used one on a project (it was a firewire camera at the time), it was to check the temperature of a incandescent object. nothing too fancy.

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Also FLIR acquired Point Grey from Canada a couple years ago, so now they have a lot of monochrome and color industrial area scan cameras similar to what Basler offers. When I work with them (USB3, monochrome models), I use a property node to set the active attribute. Then, you can read the max and min values and make sure your new value is within range before trying to set it.

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