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Pictures of inside the Zenmuse X5 hardware

Discussion in 'Zenmuse X5' started by ninjapilot, Jun 20, 2016.

  1. ninjapilot

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    Smashed a X5. Might as well share images in case they're useful for someone else.

    Sensor:
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    All parts.
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    From top left -> down:
    1. Heat sink
    2. Sensor
    3. CPU and board
    4. Air tight protector seal for sensor area.
    6. Sensor glass/plastic. Mildly interesting. It has a greenish/purple hue.
    7. House

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  2. The Editor

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    Ouch......bit of Duck Tape should get that working again. :p
     
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  3. Dxtrty

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  4. ianwood

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    OLPF with IR cut.
     
  5. Dxtrty

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    Thnx,
    What are the main reasons for an optical low pass filter & infrared cut ?
     
  6. Nelson

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    get rid of moire
     
  7. Negens

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    Out of human-vision color range affect the colors in a sensor.
    Without a IR filter, you don't have nice color. Check IR photography on google image to see that.

    The low-pass filter helps reducing the moiré.
     
  8. Negens

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    I suppose the board do :
    - sensor powering
    - the communication with the Cinecore Module (obviously)
    - set (under the control of the Cinecore) the ISO (signal amplification), shutter speed, bitrate, fps speed, light sensitivity, signal data scheduling. aperture commands transmission to the lens.

    All the instructions set, the video encoding (CinemaDNG, Apple ProRES), decoding for live view, bayer dematricing, color profiles, color gain scales, etc, must be in the Cinecore module.
     
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  9. ajobmusee

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    Nice pictures
     
  10. Strat

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    out of these parts above is the image transmission module listed?

    need to fix a X5 with this error.

    [00117572][08 00][00] device not detected.
    [00130689][15 00][00] device not detected.
     
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    i wonder is that sensor glass/plastic responsible in part for the magenta tinting the dji x5 series cameras are guilty of?

    as in theyve been overcompensating for it?
     
  12. deltadave95690

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    Oooh! Yours snapped right where mine did.
    Right where all the weight hangs on upper mount.
    Think it's made of tin foil.
    No parts available, I'm forced to buy a new X5