Currently we test 3DPrinterOS with the Logitech c910/20/30 series and the Genius Widecam 1050/F100
The majority of other web cameras should work and if you have any problems connecting please let us know.
As for the dropcam, support for that is coming, just give us some time!
The whole series of Logitec cameras was tested in the lab and should work without problems. c270, c350, c525, c910, c920, c930, etc.
The best wide angle/price/value ratio is still Genius Widecam 1050/F100 !
This is very disappointing news. Since 3DPrinterOS doesn’t support a raspberry pi camera module I will be looking at competitors that do, such as PrintToPeer. Being able to use the camera module is of the upmost importance to me as well as others. I would hope that you guys prioritize this feature on your roadmap. I will be expressing my thoughts to John Dogru as well.
+1 to Raspberry Pi original camera support (which involves Pi NoIr infrared camera as well). It is an essential accessory (already supported by non-cloud OctoPrint etc.). Thank you in advance to give it higher priority. I will be back then with my Printrbot Simple Metal for further tests.
i’m using Genius 120-degree Ultra Wide Angle from Amazon, picture quality is awesome but I get a lot of drop outs in the live view… I frequently have to go into the settings and reset the camera module to see the image… Wish it was more stable…
I am using a Logitech C200 camera. The camera light turns on when I connect it to the Raspberry Pi, but when I click Live View on 3DprinterOS, all I get is a small black rectangle in the corner of the window. Has anyone had similar problems?