I have a Tarot X6 960 with 3DR Pixhawk FCU.
Until now, I made 3D mapping and orthophoto with a DJI Phantom 3 Professional, post-processing the images in Pix4D.
I would buy a camera to do mainly 3D mapping and orthophoto with the Tarot X6.
I just sold a Panasonic GH4 (too heavy and focused on video) to have a lighter setup that I could match with a pair of MAPIR cameras for NDVI orthophotos.
About the camera, I'm looking at the Sony RX100 IV, the Sony a6300 with stock 16-50, the Sony QX1 or something different like a used Sony NEX.
My target is to have a good setup for my purposes. If I could also get some good video out of this new purchase, it wouldn't be bad...
Of course, the camera must be triggerable from the Pixhawk or anyway from remote, via Stratosnapper or any other method.
My budget is 800€ but I could add some hundreds to have a good and durable setup.
What do you suggest?
Thanks in advance.