I have a 40-acre field that I would like to map every week using the same flight path. The flight last week went great and Agisoft stitched and processed all pictures with great results (around 250…Continue
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"Since 3 weeks ago getting the Iris+ 2nd Hand on Ebay...i have been wondering how to install my Canon camera S100.
I have design my own casing and print it using my office printer...is ok but i dont like to overall feel and look.
I have try to…"
"I use the GoPro for surveys all the time, it's just so convenient due to weight and having the gimbal to stabilize the pictures. Buy PTLens for $20 or so, it corrects the fisheye distortion in a batch process (meaning that you don't have…"
UAVs are a great tool to collect visual imagery that yields information not visible from the ground level. I am mostly interested in efficient mission plans that gather the most representative pictures in the least amount of time.
Thanks Eric for viewing our post and your suggestion.
We are always looking for improvements.
Does your recommendation mean that our Y6's would be flying backwards on every other row of survey mission?
Also, what command and/or parameters would we change to go as you suggest in MP?
Even though our camera's are mounted in brush less gimbals with face down stabilization controls, how might this improve the picture taking in a survey mission.
I don't doubt your suggestion, I'm just trying understand technically before testing the ideal.
So far, the 16 megabit images are being all perfectly stitched in a single panorama composite in the first pass, with a very high stitch quality rating. We have been very pleased not to have to manually play around with tweaking the images to get good stitches. Of course, we use a very great product, AutoPano Giga from Kolor.com.
In any case, we welcome and try to learn from everyone's recommendations.
So I would welcome a better understand of your suggestion.