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Which camera is most suitable for 3D scanning?

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Ivan Klimkovic - International Sales
ivan [dot] klimkovic [at] ximea.com
49 251 590686 12

Dear Zubair Aamir, You can check XIMEA Embedded camera models or Multi camera setup options. It very much depends on your particular application requirements.

Michael Beising - CEO
EVT Eye Vision Technology GmbH
mmb [at] evt-web [dot] com
+49 721 626 905 82

It depnds on the task you want to solve, that's why we support a wide range of 3D scanning devices, if you have a low scan rate you mostly use a cheap scanner if you have a high scan rate you need a more expensive one. If you tell me the task you like or have to do, I can give you a suggestion, which of the scanners would fit. So I need the scan width, the speed of the scanning and the width of the scanning and the resolution you need to solve it, based on this I can suggest you some of the available scanners. Best regards Michael

Marcel Svec - Application Engineer
svec [at] photoneo [dot] com

Hello Zubair, it really depends on your application. If you are searching for very high quality 3D scan for industrial applications with high resolution, resistance to ambient light and large scanning volumes at the best performance/price ratio, Photoneo have solution for you: http://www.photoneo.com/product-showcase/phoxi_3d_scanners/ Just contact us to consult your case. Best regards

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