This is amazing info. I will give it a try.@jamstonmartames, it looks like there are just 4 measurements needed. Not sure if camera calculates the rest or if ODIS is doing it while the calibration is in process.
[LO]_Cam0 Fixed value input - Ground to Camera Z- 840 mm in my MK7 estate.
[LO]_Cam0 X direction of marker red ribbon- looks like distance from front axle to calibration board. In my case it's set to 4285.00 mm. This value minus wheelbase of MK7 estate (2635.00 mm) gives 1650.00mm which looks like the proper distance from rear axle to calibration board. I assume that ODIS requires the operator to measure rear axle to board since diagnostic software or the camera coding/parameterization already knows the wheelbase and will calculate it itself.
[LO]_Cam0 Y direction of marker- camera transversal offset (0.00 mm if camera lens is in the center of the vehicle, like in Golf MK7 and Seat Leon 5F).
[LO]_Cam0 height of marker- VAS board will have 75 mm or 80 mm.
So based on a golf 7.5 wheel base being 2626mm and the calibration board being 1500mm away.
[LO]_Cam0 Fixed value input - Ground to Camera Z = 820mm
[LO]_Cam0 height of marker = 10mm (printed version on thin plastic lino)
[LO]_Cam0 X direction of marker red ribbon = 1500+2626 = 4126mm
[LO]_Cam0 Y direction of marker = 0mm Being a badge flip camera (it's dead on centre)
Love your videos btw.