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Cold job site with Matterport Camera?3827

Ramblinman private msg quote post Address this user
We've got a residential construction scan coming up next week. The job site is not heated and we are conserned about scanning in cold weather.

Any advise, suggestions??
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HarlanHambright private msg quote post Address this user
The website says 50° F. That seems pretty warm for a minimum temp. (32° storage.) Or you could move down here with me. I've had my top down most days lately.
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Ramblinman private msg quote post Address this user
Ya we are dealing with it's cold.. we'd love to have your weather @Harlan...can all 5 of us crash at ur place lol.
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craigsauer private msg quote post Address this user
Cold is no problem for the Matterport camera.

It is probably best to turn the camera on and let it adjust to the ambient temperature for 10 - 15 minutes before starting your scan.

The only potential problem is that the accuracy of measurements made in the space afterwards in Workshop will be somewhat less than usual.

I did this job: last year and spent about 5 hours in 7 degree Fahrenheit temperatures.
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Ramblinman private msg quote post Address this user
Very cool @craigsauer.

Thanks for insight...I'll let the camera warm up for sure....I assume the battery charge drops somewhat because of the cold...but it should not be an issue because it should only take 90min and u lasted 5hrs...I know my UAV and tool batteries alway drop down faster in the cold
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Marcel private msg quote post Address this user
Lol we're on the other side of spectrum in Australia. Average temp these past few weeks being 90-100° F. The camera seems to handle it. No problems with scanning so far but omg it's hot... #hotashell #wishitwouldsnow
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