BLK360 - here's what you are in for.....

Leica BLK360, C5, C10, P15, P16, P20, P30, P40, P50, HDS8800, HDS8400, Riegl VZ6000, VZ4000, VZ2000, VZ1000 & VZ400i, Topcon GLS2000S,M&L, GLS1500, etc
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Re: BLK360 - here's what you are in for.....

Post by TommyMaddox » Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:03 pm

sreed wrote:
Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:32 am
One day I hope to have the privilege of meeting this character Felix (the-cat). Sure seems like a fun one to have a beer with! :)

Glad it worked out. I hope the rat-burgers and Audible programming made it a little less painful than it otherwise would have been...
I had my first phone call with the guy this week and I think you're right, beers are in order here!

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Post by Robert_Lin » Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:26 pm

Brett wrote:
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Felix_the_Cat wrote:
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Cmon Leica. Open up the damn USB C port. Enough of this crap already.
I've been told this isn't going to happen.

We were under the impression it was going to happen when we bought ours. Feels a bit like buying a car and being told that at some point you will be able to change into the 5th and 6th gears. Then instead of it happening you are told that the manufacturer simply wants people to drive slower in lower gear.
Can confirm that USB C wont be opened
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Post by Brett » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:28 pm

"When it has to be right" :roll:
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Re: BLK360 - here's what you are in for.....

Post by gsisman » Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:37 pm

There is a good blog out there. Think it was mentioned earlier. That has daily processes and sample projects that one guy has been tracking in his BLK360 scanning experiences.
https://blk360blog.com/


That being said I've had some of the same problem with NON-HDR images in bright sun. Some really strange stuff. I may take this guys advice about a sun-shield for the scanner

HDR STANDARD SCAN
BLK_HDR_STA1_LOW_2018-09-21_1121.png
NO HDR SAME SETUP BUT HIGHER IN DIRECT SUN
BLK_BRIGHT_SUN_STA_1_HIGH_2018-09-21_1123.png
NON-HDR on Same Job different location.
BLK_Non_HDR_Sunlight_2018-09-21_0938.png
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