i was watching a video from the Youtuber “Visual Joy”.
In one Video he stated that WEBODM would give better results flying one grid with 90degree gimbal and one with 85 degree gimbal with a height diffrence of about 10m. Anyone tried this and gets better results ?
Are there any other Mappping courses / guidelines online avalible that are worth looking deeper into ? Mabe someone has some examples ?
It depends on what I want to capture. If it’s just ground then maybe about 75-80 degrees and flying in a crosshatch pattern.
I’m learning still but I’ve observed that the more oblique images you got the easier for WebODM to get a good calibration. ORB seems to need more oblique images than Sift/Hahog to get a good calibration.
Hahog has worked the best for me, it’s way faster than sift but much safer than ORB.