Technology for photogrammetry - using the latest hardware and software to further the photogrammetry field.
Manual vs. Electronic Lenses - Which is Best for You?
A lens focuses light onto the imaging sensor or film, thus creating an image. There are dozens of types of different lenses and different categories by use case or physical properties. But if we had to split all of the optical world into two distinct categories - it would be electronic and manual le
Speed Limit Settings for Photogrammetry
Speed settings are essential for consistent flights and overlap control in photogrammetry. When we make our 3D scanning examples, we always use various speed limit settings with the consumer DJI drones.
DJI Mini 4 Pro Review and Comparison
DJI Mini 4 Pro is here only after a year since the DJI Mini 3 Pro was released. DJI opted to make a quick incremental update without inflating its price. However, some might say that the new version is more than incrementally better and represents the ultimate technological capabilities of su 250-gr
DJI Air 3 For Photogrammetry
The DJI Mavic 3 Air is a compact, foldable drone with a good camera. It has a long flight time, omnidirectional obstacle avoidance, and the new O4 image transmission technology. All these features mean that it is also a tool for photogrammetry in the right hands.
DJI Air 3 Review and Comparison
DJI Air series drones bridge the gap between larger and more expensive Mavics and physically smaller Mini-series drones. The newest DJI Air 3 brings lateral changes, incremental improvements, and more significant changes to the series.
Bwine F7GB2 Drone Review - Not Competition Yet
Competition in the consumer drone space is lackluster. One company dominates all tiers, from beginner drones to professional tools. That is why when drone enthusiasts hear about a new drone maker, it gives hope while still inducing skepticism.
Noise Reduction in Photogrammetry
Noise reduction is a core part of any imaging pipeline. Just like any other electrical signal - in digital photography, noise is random fluctuations visible in any image.
Building a Workstation PC - Best Hardware in 2023
Getting suitable PC hardware for work is an investment in a tool you will rely on for at least 4 - 6 years. This article will give general, real-world applicable advice for those looking to purchase, build or upgrade a workstation PC for photogrammetry or other demanding tasks.
Electronic vs. Mechanical Shutter In Detail
We mentioned shutter types quite a few times in our photogrammetry blog. Now, it is time to get more in-depth and explain all the differences between mechanical and electronic shutters.
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