The beginning of shipment of the Axiom camera mount Micro Four Thirds, created on the principle of Open Source

The Apertus company confirmed the start date of a shipment of cameras Axiom. The first camera needs to be sent to customers no later than June. Funds for the development and release of Axiom has been collected in 2014 via the website of the collective funding Indiegogo.

Key features of the Axiom are adherence to the principles of Open Source and modularity. The camera mount Micro Four Thirds can be installed image sensor format Four Thirds, APS-C or 2/3 inch. In the first case, using the sensor On Semiconductor (Kodak) KAC12040 type CMOS resolution 12 MP. Module with the sensor can be replaced. Depending on the other plug, the camera can give Full HD video (4:4:4) or 4K. You can connect to a mobile device for use as a remote. The camera is running an embedded version of Linux.

Sources: Apertus, Apertus


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