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General / Re: Sony qx-100 suggestion camera for UAV
« on: December 21, 2013, 07:36:55 PM »
Then Portillo do you suggest this camera to me? what's your experience? Any problem with Photoscan? 
Actually i dont think i'm going to deal with very large sites as yours (by the way they look very nice, have you published any pictures of the 3d models).
At the moment im concerned how to take pictures of medium-size structures (5 meters tall for example) or 10x10m excavation trenches. i might use a pole but i think a small UAV  is more versatile.
Thank you all.

General / Re: Sony qx-100 suggestion camera for UAV
« on: December 20, 2013, 01:11:58 PM »
Thanks a lot for the reply. You mean that with that camera i cannot get any resuts or bad results? Im looking for a compact camera wich can be suitable for Photoscan. Can you suggest me one or can you help me to understand which are the criteria i have to consider. By your reply i got that fix focal lenght lens is a must, right?
Thanks a lot again.

General / Sony qx-100 suggestion camera for UAV
« on: December 19, 2013, 07:25:55 PM »
hi all,
i'm considering to buy a small drone ( due to budget problems. What do you think about this camera
it allows you to have a remote live view on a simple smartphone and its weight is about 100g. it looks good for cheaper UAVs. But what about the results with Potoscan considering the camera lens?
Unfortunatly as i said my budget is quite low, with something like 700 euros i could get Uav and camera...but i need your suggestions about the latter.
Thanks a lot.

General / best method for a room.
« on: October 29, 2012, 12:19:52 PM »
Hi all,
i need help to get the best method to shot photos for an interior room.
I've read the guide about shooting internal scenarios, but i've some doubts.
I use a Nikon D90, total station and targets placed in the scenario for georeferencing.
First of all if i had a room of 10x10m or more (just an example) and i wanted a high details model, can i use the "facade" (described in agisoft guide) method to get the walls of the room? in this way i might be closer to the wall in order to get more details.
How could i get the pavement and the roof?
What if i split the entire surface of the room in  "sectors" (5x5m), each of them with targets whose coordinates would be taken by the total station in order to align the chunks or the single models? What kind of shooting method should i use for each sector?



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