RebelNight

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  1. Hi! Could someone familiar with the subject look at the photos taken in the form of an orbit? Are they done poorly for such work? information: - Yuneec H520 E90 drone - Distance from the property: 5 meters - Camera tilt: 45 degrees - Wind: None - Speed: 1 m / s The number of photos of the whole tower is 221. The program used to generate is Context Capture. The cloud of points from the pictures simply does not exist, huge breaks lack of consistency. Settings used in the program: Block type: Around thin vertical structure Selectiion of matching pairs: For stuctured aerial dataset Below I put some photos of the upper part of the tower. What I care about most is what I do wrong. https://imgur.com/a/Kgrgl1U
  2. Can you upload the files to the server again? I didn't have time to see much. Currently, after opening the link, I get a message: Could not find the scene to load.
  3. Referring to this sentence, do you recommend taking pictures on a camera angle of about 45 degrees?
  4. I will take photos from the drone for some time and share the result of the work. Do you recommend any exact CC settings for BTS? There is a slight fear, because last time the tower has drawn drone interference.
  5. Hence the question about techniques. We make orbits from top to bottom, in addition, vertical photos of each section. Pictures are taken about 4 meters from the tower by the Yuneec H520 drone. In addition, we take a lot of pictures of the place where the antennas are hung.
  6. Hi, I would like to know your tips on taking pictures of BTS (Base Transceiver Station). What programs do you recommend? I have heard many advantages about pix4d. I currently use Bentley Context Capture and it works poorly. Any tips on how to take pictures?