From the T3-4 contest
Tags: T3-4, contest
Loving this style, this is exactly what i'm looking for, this is perfect for www.floorink.com . Do you have any more images like this style and what are you shooting on? Frame and camera
This is a small section of a set of stitched/mosaiced images shot for the DIYDrones T3 competition round 4, last winter. I think there was about 150 individual images.
I also have one other similar set shot from a slightly lover altitude. They were all shot using a Canon Ixus 980IS camera, 14.6Mpix; frame(?): 4416 x 3312.
You are welcome. The images can be found here: http://www.uavmapping.com/index.php?p=1_8_Aerial-photos
If you plan to download all the images, I would suggest using the "Down Them All" plug-in for Firefox, which makes the downloading much easier. http://www.downthemall.net/
Hi brakar, i am a newby in this area, that is using the UAV´s for mapping, but this subject cought my atemption very deep. So i have several doubts regarding differents topics, but for the moment the most important is how to get the camera shooting by itself in the air, i mean what device are you using to get the camera shooting on stand alone mode. Thanks.
BTW, i am using a skywalker with a pentax a10 camera, but if you can say wath did you use with your canon camera its enaugh
Your winter picture makes me share mine, a 360 aerial I did on Christmas day, using a GoPro camera, from 80m altitude, using a Quad-H
Winter Christmas day, 2012
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