IRIS+ blocks canon s100 GPS?


Does anyone dknow if the body of the IRIS+ with interfere with the GPS tagging in the canon s100 if the camera is mounted under the body?

Anyone have experience with this?



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      what is the best way to set gcp? google earth, smart phone or gps hand held?

      and then how are those markers used in the stitching? or is that all in the tutorials?

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  • It won't interfere, but the GPS tagging by the Canon S100 hasn't been as good as what I can do with Mission Planner and the flight logs. Also, the camera has to be turned on for at least 5 minutes before it acquires a GPS signal.

    • How do you use the mission planner in geotagging?

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