Yes, but documentation is not really helpful for obtaining the trigger signal.
We tried to read out pin 1 from the external sensors sync connector (GVSYNC0) while enabling the "Output Trigger" option in the RealSense viewer but we could only measure a very noisy signal containing shutter noise, and not a clear trigger signal (e.g. 5V TTL).
- Can it be clarified how the trigger should be read out? This is a key feature of the hardware and must work reliably.
Pavol & Kevin
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Syncing requires an electrical signal, also known as a trigger, that goes to all cameras. When the cameras receive that trigger, they capture the frame.
Sensors within a camera can be synced to each other with an internal trigger and whole cameras can be synced to each other with external trigger.
The external sync capability of the RealSense D400 series cameras is still being developed and, therefore, documentation is limited. We will post an update as a blog on the front page of this community when it is officially supported.
The feature has a target release date for Q2 2018