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On ‎4‎/‎8‎/‎2016 at 7:52 AM, RemotelyPossible said:

3d map is nice quality, out of curiosity is this a pix4D, autodesk momento, or some other photogrammetry software?

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I was in a very stiff wind of about 15-20 mph flying @ 200 FT AGL, I had the Inspire 1 Pro X5 15MM stock DJI Lens ready to fly in these winds of Nebraska.

The properties that I posted I did 240 photos with a crosshatch pattern. I did the first flight north and south and the second east and west over the property so that I would get some good coverage for High res photo which I feel I accomplished.

The only things I should of completed was I needed to do some oblique photos and lower my AGL a bit and shoot at a 45 degree angle  so when zooming in on the 3D the objects would of been better filled in on the model.     

I used MapsMadeEasy for the flight and uploaded to Drone Deploy for rendering,

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Nice yeah, those oblique shots will help the programs to determine better points on the corners of the objects (silos and such). Ortho came out very nice and as a first pass the 3d model is fine, the extra detail would come from the obliques, and even then i have found it is best to do some retopology touch up in a 3d modeling software such as Blender (Maya, etc). Keep it up would love to see more.

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