It is free to use and everyone is allowed to access it without a need to be registered. If you'd like to contribute 1) to this wiki, please contact SUB2r to get your user registered.
Download the software bundle from this location. The package includes all the necessary pieces (drivers, core tools, additional tools, SDK with a library) and is extremely light-weight as it is only pre-packaged with the most used essentials while the less frequently used components are downloaded by the installer as needed.
Alternatively you may opt to download the offline installer that has everything pre-packaged (and is thus way larger in size, of course)
Refer to revision history to learn what's new in the latest version (and sometimes - what is coming up next).
Following are the major Sections of the site:
manual:User manuals and specs - Technical specs and how to use the camera and the tools shipped with it
tutorials:Instructional videos - The “how-to” of the SUB2r camera
support:Support - mostly listing releases, their notes, and corresponding downloadable articles
code:For developers - writing code to run on the camera and the code to access it as well
sensor:Image sensor - data we can (legally) share about the sensors we use in our cameras and how to control them
optics:Optics - lenses, filters, power modules and how they affect the image
design:Design criteria - hardware, cooling, housing, mounting
Here's a Quick start guide with info on how to set up your environment to use the SUB2r camera. This is provided as a backup and generally should only be used if for some reason you cannot use the SUB2r software bundle.
ATTENTION Linux & Mac Users: our software & drivers currently have no compatibility for linux or mac. Even using WINE 2) provides no functionality to install or use our software. If you think you can create a linux or mac variant for our software and drivers, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject header “Re: %Operating.System% Drivers Creation”, where %Operating.System% denotes which operating system you'd like to code for.