Hi all

Was wondering if anyone knows how to autonomously capture images for photogrammetry of buildings. The idea would be to set up a spiral flight plan around for example a tower with a common point of interest.

regards

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Dave,

In photoscan you must have the photos window up, and double click a photo to bring it up on the main viewer.  From there you can zoom in to add markers.  I usually use roof corners because they are visible from the ground and air.  Each individual marker needs to be tagged from multiple different photos in both chunks.

Thanks Will

Im onto it :)

Will Fellmeth said:

Dave,

Yea the ordering of these messages is getting pretty messy rather quickly.

The MAP2 from skysight/seegul does work with the A5000 as well as the samsung NX1100. Its all on their website (http://skysight.eu/). We have had great success with produces from skysight/seegul. When you go to place the order for the MAP2, it asks you for the manufacturer and model of the camera your using and automatically sets you up with the other cables and such that you'll need.

Cheers,

Will F 

Thanks Mario

Very cool model

MarioSpeedwagon said:

As stated before, Tower can do this.

This was done with Tower, 3dr solo and a stock GP4.

https://skfb.ly/LErs

Stephen thanks

This info has helped alot. I am busy processing dense cloud now after 2h of marker matching :)



Stephen Zidek said:

Dave,

In photoscan you must have the photos window up, and double click a photo to bring it up on the main viewer.  From there you can zoom in to add markers.  I usually use roof corners because they are visible from the ground and air.  Each individual marker needs to be tagged from multiple different photos in both chunks.

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