After viewing the cameras in question, I realized that I was dealing with a new level of firmware/software/mechanics and electronics compared to the noble competitors of the same geographic area. As an engineer I could only think that these cameras will make a difference in the market in the near future (of course I can always be wrong but the firmware and software I’ve seen usually speak very clearly).
The support in Voyager is ready, I thank Tecnosky Italia and Sean of Player One for having entrusted me with a camera for development which I will obviously buy to use it with my epsilon, a Poseidon-C with the IMX571 sensor (APS-C in colour).
An image taken with cooling off (30°C on air)
After having parallelized the download and saving of the FIT (not deferred as other software do as I consider it a gamble but parallelized in the sense that all the cores of the processor are used at the same time to download the data from the DDR of the camera and for the saving them to disk) I saw top performances as you can see from the image: data download in 100 milliseconds and FIT saving to disk in about 600 milliseconds. Talk about a camera that generates 50MB FITs.
If I were you, give it a little thought… soon there will be a download of the 2.3.9a release with support for Player One.