How to save an imaq image starting from a continuous stream, like a snapshot

Hello

I spent hours trying to find a solution for this on the internet for what I think should be really simple:

I have a camera that gives me a stream of images, which I show in a chart of the image.

Now, when the user clicks a button 'save', I want that picture that was shown at the moment where the user was hit 'save' is recorded. However, the user is prompted for a file location and name, so some time passes between hitting 'save' and write the image to disk.

Meanwhile, the new images will be at the position of the pointer in the image that I wanted to save.

It is clear to me why this happens, but how about him?

I tried to make a copy copy Imaq, but this will give me just a new pointer that is always related to the old.

I tried to convert it to an array, the same effect.

I also tried writing a queue that contains a single element that has a buffer of image. The queue was not in a loop (which of course would replace the picture there), but again, the queue also just seemed to save the position of the pointer, while creating a new blank image in advance and I copied the image that I want with Imaq copy in this image buffer.

So, how to store the actual image (not pointer) in memory to save a few seconds later?

Basically I want something similar to what does the 'snapshot' of the curve of the image function.

Any ideas?

Thank you very much!
Philipp

Hello

Thank you very much.

I consider your solution already, however, I thought it's kinda an overdose.

For some reason any, I don't know, he now works as I wanted. See example below (really just, I always wanted a picture).

The only difference from what I tried earlier, is that now I did not specify the data type and the size of the new image... do not know if this is the reason why it did not work.

Uday thank you very much for your help!

Philipp

PS: How did you make the image you posted in your message visible? Mine is just a link.

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