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May 7, 2022, 9:22 p.m. | /u/hyfer14

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Hi, I came across this best practices and what stuck me is the 2nd practice:

>>Perform calibration at the approximate working distance (WD) of your final application. The camera should be focused at this distance and lens focus should be unchanged after calibration.
Source: https://calib.io/blogs/knowledge-base/calibration-best-practices

I am trying to calibrate a web cam at a distance of ~3-4 ft, but the objects at the far distance (~100 ft) appear very distorted after using the calibration parameters. The autofocus is disabled. …

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