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Laura, I love the photos. Are you going to be able to use SFM tools to generate 3D models of terrain from your quad aerial photos? Is that a DJI. What model is the camera with external mic?
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I think generating 3D models of the terrain from the drone footage would be a great idea! I don't know how to do that, but I'd love suggestions about how to get started. Yes, it's a DJI Phantom 3.
Our camcorders are Canon VIXIA HFR600's with Rode shotgun mics.
Haha, Laura, you're talking to the right person -- Pat has written tutorials on the subject - click on his username to see his research note history.
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