get_camera_setup_param — Get generic camera setup model parameters.
The operator get_camera_setup_param can be used to inspect diverse generic parameters of the camera setup model CameraSetupModelID. Two types of parameters can be queried with this operator:
By setting CameraIdx to 'general' and ParamName to one of the following values, general camera setup parameters are returned in ParamValue:
Number of cameras described in the model.
The root mean square error (RMSE) of the back projection of the optimization of the camera system. This error is identical with the error returned by calibrate_cameras.
The number of cameras is fixed with the creation of the camera setup model and cannot be changed after that (see create_camera_setup_model).
By setting CameraIdx to a valid setup camera index (a value between 0 and NumCameras-1) and ParamName to one of the following values, camera-specific parameters are returned in ParamValue:
Camera type (see set_camera_setup_cam_param).
A tuple with internal camera parameters. The length of the tuple depends on the camera type.
A tuple representing the standard deviations of the internal camera parameters. The length of the tuple depends on the camera type.
A tuple representing the covariance matrix if the internal camera parameters. The length of the tuple depends on the camera type.
Camera pose relative to the setup's coordinate system (see create_camera_setup_model for more details).
Note that the camera needs to be set first by set_camera_setup_cam_param, before any of its parameters can be inspected by get_camera_setup_param. If CameraIdx is an index of an undefined camera, the operator returns an error.
Handle to the camera setup model.
Index of the camera in the setup.
Default value: 0
Suggested values: 0, 1, 2, 'general'
Names of the generic parameters to be queried.
List of values: 'camera_calib_error', 'coord_transf_pose', 'num_cameras', 'params', 'params_covariances', 'params_deviations', 'pose', 'reference_camera', 'type'
Values of the generic parameters to be queried.