Cameras and settings for aerial surveys in the geosciences

@article{OConnor2017CamerasAS,
  title={Cameras and settings for aerial surveys in the geosciences},
  author={James O’Connor and M. Smith and M. James},
  journal={Progress in Physical Geography},
  year={2017},
  volume={41},
  pages={325 - 344}
}
Aerial image capture has become very common within the geosciences due to the increasing affordability of low-payload (<20 kg) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for consumer markets. Their application to surveying has subsequently led to many studies being undertaken using UAV imagery and derived products as primary data sources. However, image quality and the principles of image capture are seldom given rigorous discussion. In this contribution we firstly revisit the underpinning concepts behind… Expand
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