Awesome, thanks. I never assumed this type of modeling was either a) accurate or b) the next best thing since sliced bread, so please kindly take it easy in your response, but I appreciate the critical thinking.
We don't plan on using this for engineering blueprints, etc. That would be ridiculous for any construction company to rely on this inaccurate data. All we want to do is this:
1. Possibly print accurate-looking 3D models of some construction projects (for decoration and to show clients)
2. Use this as a reference point for discussions about the project, etc
What I meant by "automatically" generate these models is this. From my understanding, it's possible to choose an object to scan, and then the DJI or other software can automatically choose the "best" flight path to scan the object in its entirety. I'm happy to fly it around myself, but if the software can choose the flight path, then that would be a time saver and probably turn out better in the end.
Thanks for your help.