I am not a drone user but I have seen some of the flight planning software and
it will give you the AGL heights required for various image resolutions. There
are also online services for stitching up the hundreds of images from flights.
Check out something like the app Map Pilot from Maps Made Easy. That will give
you a great start.
Any of the images created Maps Made Easy can be used directly in QGIS.
Cheers - Phil,
On the road with his iPad
> On 14 Dec. 2016, at 6:44 am, pzab <firstgi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am the beginner user of Yuneec Typhoon q500 4K.
> I am before national exam in Poland.
> I will use the drone for taking photos in agriculture especially for
> estimating damages done by hunting animals or overwintering of the crops and
> of course damages done by hail, heavy rain, hurricane and spring frost.
> This documentation will be given to insurance company as a proof of damages
> in case of paying compensation.
> My question is - on what height AGL should I fly my drone to take good
> photos which I can later add to qgis as a raster and georeference and
> digitize it?
> I only know that photos should be taken in nadir position (camera straight
> The drone has CGO3 camera equipped with 12mpixels.
> I appreciate any help
> Thank You very much in advance,
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