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Another hull scan completed with our Faro S70.
The colour from the standard onboard camera is pretty impressive.

youtu.be/Hfr0xfsGWAI
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Very nice Mike.

Does the onboard camera have HDR? If so, what is the variation in capture time to "normal" image capture?
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Post by RollingCamel »

Hi Mike,

I just got my Surphaser 25HSX and I am currently bidding to scan a 36m long multi-hull yacht.

This will be my first use of TLS scanners in the field, do you have any points I need to take care of? Also what is a practical incidence angle I should be utilizing?

Btw, my current registration arsenal is 6x 150mm target spheres, plus printed papers.

Cheers,

Akram
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