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Wavy scans when "extended view" option is activated

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HP 3D scanner
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I'm using HP 3D scanner Pro 5.5.0 with "DAVID SLS 2 dual camera" Setup. I used this setup for quite sometime and it worked flawlessly. Recently started to have problem. Scans turn out to be be wavy when scanning in "Single Scan" mode and "Extended View" option is checked. However, when "Extended View" is unchecked, and only one camera is used, scans are perfectly fine. 

 

I'm attaching images of scans done in both cases. 

 

Please someone guide me how can i fix this issue? it's really frustrating!!!Scan when "Extended View"  option is uncheckedScan when "Extended View" option is uncheckedScan when "Extended View"  option is checkedScan when "Extended View" option is checked

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