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Multiple cameras simultaneously

Multiple cameras simultaneously

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Hi!

I am not very familiar with objective-c programming but I'm looking for a solution to a problem and it might lie around these forums.

I'm working on a project where I need two cameras to be able to capture frames simultaneously.
The two cameras need to be synchronized.

The first camera needs to have a long exposure time (shutter exposure) while the second need to be a lot faster

Ideally I'd get something like the following :
ex:
Cam1 has a 60ms exposure time to take 1 picture
Cam2 has a 5ms exposure time

the result would be that when Cam1 open its shutter, the second one would simultaneously start capturing pictures (up to 12 frames during the 60ms interval)

I tried using both front and rear cameras on Android but the NDK doesn't allow me to simultaneously instantiate two different cameras at the same time.

Obviously my ideal example isn't mandatory. My main question is about the ability to capture frames from both front and rear cameras simultaneously. If you got anymore information about the ability to set the cameras property such as frame rates, shutter speed and possible triggering/strobes, feel free to help me.

Thank you very much,

Mojo

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