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Can we correct for a fisheye lens? - Jul 1, 2012 at 8:37PM
Paul Nord
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I just bought a GoPro Hero2 camera and am considering using it for physics analysis.  It's got this cool fisheye lens.  That's not the best for use with video analysis.

Is there a way to create a filter to correct for the image distortion this causes?

Paul


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