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How should I interpret the exif data from an image taken by a drone?

EXIF is just a data format. Most cameras, including drone's, attach some information to each photo taken. The amount of this information and its specifics varies greatly. There are hundreds or even ...
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How can I take aerial photography without leaving my house?

When flying in the UK you need to keep your aircraft within 500m horizontally of yourself, below 400ft above ground level and within visual line of sight. If you are able to satisfy these conditions, ...
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Can additional meta information be automatically stored with DJI-mini-2 images

The Mavic Mini, the Mavic, and the Mavic 2 do store these data. The latitude, longitude, altitude (meters above the WGS84 elipsoid), and azimuth will be written to standard EXIF tags. The pitch, ...
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How should I interpret the exif data from an image taken by a drone?

Hi Mate EXIF is the Acronym for Exchangeable Image File, a format that is a standard for storing interchange information in digital photography image files using JPEG compression, therefore is widely ...
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Implementing object detection in DJI Mavic 2 pro in real time

It is possible to do so. Check this API reference. They also provide this Windows SDK which can be of use to your needs. My experience is with an on-board SDK which I used to avoid objects using a ...
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Implementing object detection in DJI Mavic 2 pro in real time

That's a fascinating project, but I'm not sure it's possible on a DJI drone. The firmware is closed source and not designed for easy modification. I don't know if it's possible to replace the DJI ...
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How to tune a Deadcat Quadcopter with 10 inch props and asymmetrical mass distribution along the roll axis with a low power to weight ratio?

The discovery frame uses the old DJI plastic arms and the arms are not very stiff. So you get a lot of flex in the arms. This leads to two major problems: vibrations and the quad has a relative long ...
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What are the best resources online and offline to learn about drones?

Start with getting your license (A1-A3 and later maybe A2), you can do that online and it will give you the first basic info, and will actually allow you to fly. It is not difficult nor expensive. If ...
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I'm looking for photo sets from drone photography to convert to 3D models. Where can I find them?

Search youtube for videos with the keywords FPV and ORBIT. This is the motion that will give you 360 degree frames of an object. Also search for Point of Interest mode for DJI drones. Then you can ...
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Drone recommended for quality shooting but for non-experts

This is exactly the niche that DJI have dominated. Near professional level features but easy to learn. They're not priced as 'toys' but they're a lot cheaper than professional gear. I'm not an expert ...
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Getting Started with Aerial Photography

When looking for camera drones, there are several things to look out for: GPS is a big one. It allows the quad to hold its position so you can line up the shot perfectly. It also allows auto-return ...
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How to use DJI Mini2 to do 3D Photogrammetry?

By searching YouTube for "DJI mini photogrammetry" you will find some useful tutorial videos. For example, try this one (which teaches how to do photogrammetry with manual controls, without ...
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I'm looking for photo sets from drone photography to convert to 3D models. Where can I find them?

Open drone map on GitHub has high quality data sets taken from drones for 3d models
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