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The shipments are being fulfilled in the order that they were placed (first in, first out). Existing orders are due to begin shipping after March 30, processing first the orders placed in January. So depending on how many orders have been placed since then, it may be sometime in April before an order placed after January can be shipped.
Another route for purchasing a D435 may be to register an account with Intel's 'Design-In Tools' store and purchase an 'engineering sample' version of the camera, which is meant for product designers to be able to test new equipment.
Hi Marty, how long does it take to get access to the privileged account? I applied 3 days ago, and I haven't heard anything. I still see the pending message when I try to access the page.
We are in a hurry to start the work on our project, and we are trying hard to get our hands on D435 cameras. Any helps would be appreciated. Thanks.
A person I know of who registered a Design-In Tools account was able to make an order within a week. So hopefully you will get clearance early next week. The store's help page says it takes 7 to 10 business days to get access.
I have registered an account on Intel Design-In Tools website and got approved the same day. Unfortunately, I cannot find "engineering samples" of D400 series cameras available for sale on that website. There're some realsense modules available, but even they are backordered for weeks and have a minimum order quantity > 1. Am I missing something?
I already have D415 camera but I would like to get D435 camera as well to compare them side-by-side in my application. Let me know if/how it can be ordered without waiting for > 4 weeks.
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In the following link you will find the information about the authorized distributors that may have cameras available. If they are back ordered then there is no other way to gat a camera right now.