Why The Phantom 4 Pro Is Still The King Of Photogrammetry With A Caveat

On 19 November 2013, BAE Systems delivered the last QF-4 aerial target to the Air Force. The example had been in storage for over 20 years before being converted. Over 16 years, BAE had converted 314 F-4 and RF-4 Phantom IIs into QF-4s and QRF-4s, with each aircraft taking six months to adapt. There‚Äôs the… Continue reading Why The Phantom 4 Pro Is Still The King Of Photogrammetry With A Caveat

Why The Phantom 4 Pro Is Still The King Of Photogrammetry With A Caveat

The flight autonomy makes the powerful Phantom a breeze to fly in the sky. The long lasting battery of 30 minutes allows you to fly for longer and safer with its multi-directional obstacle sensing. Neutral density filters are extremely important when shooting video on a drone and should be your first purchase after getting spare… Continue reading Why The Phantom 4 Pro Is Still The King Of Photogrammetry With A Caveat