A mini PC for Photogrammetry

I finally received my Chuwi Larkbox last week and have been putting it through it's paces. It's a mini x86 PC with a Celeron J4125 CPU. It's low power (but in actual power consumption as well as performance) but it should do nicely to control my photogrammetry rig.

I'll be running Smart Shooter 4 on Windows 10. This is the cheaper version of KuvaCode's CaptureGrid. I originally wanted to use a Raspberry Pi to control the cameras, but only the extremely expensive CaptureGrid will run on Linux, so the Larkbox is the best alternative.

Did I mention power consumption is low?

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