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  1. Hi, I've been using the photogrammetry workflow CHI teaches to record archaeological sites/features. I've found mounting a camera on a painter's pole with a camera adapter at the end to hold a camera about 10 or so feet above the site works quite well, and allows for a lot of control over the pictures. But I quickly end up with hundreds of photographs for even a modest sized site. So, I'm looking at using a drone to allow for doing larger areas. I've been looking at the DJI Inspire 2 drone with Zenmuse X5S camera. It's a 20mp 1" sensor micro 4/3 camera that allows for interchangeable lenses, shoots in dng RAW, and seems to allow for manual focus and aperture priority shooting. Has anyone used it? Or are there any good drone/camera combinations anyone would recommend? Brian
  2. Nowadays, capabilities of photogrammetric software are amazing. You may wonder: “Can a video captured by drone be used to create a 3D model of a cultural heritage object?” and the answer is “Yes”. In this tutorial, you will create a georeferenced and measurable 3D model, using YouTube video captured by DJI Inspire 1 using Agisoft PhotoScan and view it with Sputnik GIS Source video (4k / 2160p): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5nznXK5IrQ 3D Model created using Agisoft PhotoScan: If you're interested, you can read a tutorial.
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