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Question RE: Confirmation of whether its a Pro 1 or Pro 2 scan9974

Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
Does any one know if there's a way to confirm what type of camera was used on a scan after it has been completed?

We recently had opportunity to refer out a project to another MSP and I asked prior to the scan if they had the Pro1 or Pro 2 Camera. They said they had the Pro 2, but I have my suspicions that they used a Pro1 as I'm used to more clarity and crisper edges on walls and furniture then what I am seeing. Might just be in my mind though, so I'm wondering if there's any way to tell. Perhaps based on the model # or something?
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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user
There has to be a way based on pixel density.....
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Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
@Chemistrydoc I'm sure you're right; however, I wouldn't even know how to go about testing that! I was hoping there'd be some clue if I inspect the page source details, but that html language is all greek to me.
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
Matterport’s support could probably tell you. On mobile devices it’s hard to tell the difference
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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user
Can you access the model in workshop? If so, capture some 2D photos. Capture some from a known Pro2 model of similar content. Compare pixel counts / dpi in Properties.
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
@Queen_City_3D reach out to support@matterport.com with the tour link they should be able to tell you what it was shot on
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Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
@lilnitsch I'll email them and see if they can tell me.

@Chemistrydoc Yes... the model was transferred to me. Good idea... I'll compare a snapshot at 100% taken in this model with one at 100% taken with my own camera.
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@Queen_City_3D I shot our real estate office on all the supported cameras except the blk. The Insta360 & theta V are pretty easily spotted as lessor cameras but the Z1, Pro1, & Pro2 take a little pixel peeping on the desktop to really tell the difference
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Here's the pixel test:

The details from a snapshot taken at 100% sizing from the model transferred to us from their camera:





And details from a snapshot taken from one of our most recent scans (also taken at 100%):






Theirs is 2832 x 1593 whereas ours is 5664 x 3186.


I think it would be safe to say theirs is not a Pro 2.... am I right?
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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user
Yep! Pretty much what it should be (remembering that Pro2 is "4K"
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
Our 6k just showed up today.
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Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
@lilnitsch Nice camera! Do you plan to take video with it as well?
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
@Queen_City_3D indeed that is BlackMagic’s wheel house. It’s a 6k cinema camera
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inmerso3D private msg quote post Address this user
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Originally Posted by Queen_City_3D
Does any one know if there's a way to confirm what type of camera was used on a scan after it has been completed?

We recently had opportunity to refer out a project to another MSP and I asked prior to the scan if they had the Pro1 or Pro 2 Camera. They said they had the Pro 2, but I have my suspicions that they used a Pro1 as I'm used to more clarity and crisper edges on walls and furniture then what I am seeing. Might just be in my mind though, so I'm wondering if there's any way to tell. Perhaps based on the model # or something?


I think this works:
1-Enter to the tour
2-You stop at any point
3-Zoom out completely with the mouse wheel
4-Start to zoom in with the mouse wheel slowly to count the "clicks" of zoom in until the end
5-If the tour was done with a Pro 1, it only allows 12 "zoom clicks" approx. If the tour was done with a Pro 2, it allows 23 "zoom clicks" approx.
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@inmerso3D I'll have to try that out.

The pixel count was pretty much the evidence I needed, but Matterport support was able to confirm that it was done with a PRO 1.

We brought that to the attention of the sub-contractor and they apologized and to their credit are going to re-scan with the newer camera as per our agreement (they had both in their inventory).
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@inmerso3D I'll have to try that out.

The pixel count was pretty much the evidence I needed, but Matterport support was able to confirm that it was done with a PRO 1.

We brought that to the attention of the sub-contractor and they apologized and to their credit are going to re-scan with the newer camera as per our agreement (they had both in their inventory).


Congratulations for solving the problem.

I also believe that pixel counting works best as evidence.

The "zoom cliks" I think serves to have a quick idea of the type of camera as a visitor of the tour without being a user of the workshop.

This topic was interesting.

Regards!
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