how to directly connect a camera to a display ?

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panzer950

Joined Feb 12, 2020
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Hello everyone !

I am looking for a way to show on a display what a camera will be recording in real time and with a latency as low as possible.
I thought about using a ntsc camera directly wired to a ntsc display, but the resolution and framerate is too low for what i need
Using a computer like a raspberry pi to connect camera and display will cause to much latency.

I need your help to find a solution for this problem that i have.
I appreciate your help, thanks to you all.
 

crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
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How about an HD video camera with an HDMI output connected to a computer monitor or TV with an HDMI input?
That would likely give the minimum latency for HD video.

But the framerate will be be the same as the NTSC camera.
 
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GetDeviceInfo

Joined Jun 7, 2009
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Hello everyone !

I am looking for a way to show on a display what a camera will be recording in real time and with a latency as low as possible.
I thought about using a ntsc camera directly wired to a ntsc display, but the resolution and framerate is too low for what i need
Using a computer like a raspberry pi to connect camera and display will cause to much latency.

I need your help to find a solution for this problem that i have.
I appreciate your help, thanks to you all.
Many cameras on the market covering a wide range of applications. Displays are a human interface, suggesting that frame rates only need to be so high, and reaction time engulfs a whole wack of latency. If your application has specific requirements, it is best to list them.

I use a Basler camera to stop high speed packaging equipment for troubleshooting and tuning. They are older firewire, but most newer ones are on ethernet or USB3.
 
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MisterBill2

Joined Jan 23, 2018
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Hello everyone !

I am looking for a way to show on a display what a camera will be recording in real time and with a latency as low as possible.
I thought about using a ntsc camera directly wired to a ntsc display, but the resolution and framerate is too low for what i need
Using a computer like a raspberry pi to connect camera and display will cause to much latency.

I need your help to find a solution for this problem that i have.
I appreciate your help, thanks to you all.
How much resolution do you actually need? And what sort of camera are you using? And what sort of recorder? SOME recorders have a monitor output so that you can see what is being recorded. And some NTSC cameras provide fairly good resolution, depending on what you are looking at.
 
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