I am trying to 3d motion track a scene from my Sony HDR-HC7e Camcorder. I know that he has a 1/2.9" ClearVid CMOS sensor in it but how do I get the horizontal sensor Size? and should I youse the 1440 * 1080 footage that comes from the camcorder to track and resize it after the rack and render or should I directly resize it? It was filmed with a 5.4 mm focal length. I know that for sure. The footage also appears to have a pixel aspect ratio of 1.33 what do I have to do with this?
I have transformed the Interlaced footage with a small AVSynth plus script. I had the idea to get all the parameters from the camera through a grid shot and some software analysis but the Meshroom Camera Calibration node doesn't detect the gird and Matlab's camera calibration software is too expensive. The shot that I am trying to track as well as some calibration shots, can be found here.
I also want to compute the K1 and K2 distortion parameters and Optical center with Nuke. Do I have to use the 14401080 footage or a 19201080 resized version for that?
The grid in the calib_raw shot has a cell size of 2020mm and the nuke_calib_raw shot has a cell size of 18.518.5mm
All info about the Sony HDR-HC7e comes from this manual.
I was also wondering what the sensor size for stills captured in 3 by 4 is because I was doing some photogrammetry In just used the 1/2.9 inch converted to mm. And for the K distortion coefficients and optical center I would just take grid image taken in the same mode an send it rough nuke. Or? Software use there is Meshroom.