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Multispectral GoPro at Cloverleaf Farmstand

by gonzoearth | 02 Jul 15:56

I ran dual image pairs (vis/nir) through Ned Horning's Photo Monitioring ImageJ Plugin from the flight at Cloverleaf Farmstand in Davis, CA.

I am pleased with the default NDVI imagery produced, however I am getting some ghosting with the NRG output. The cameras were in the same plane and just inches away from each other but enough offset to cause the issue. I would like to experiment with preparing an image pair through manual overlay and crop before running through the plugin to see how that works out.

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Maybe this and Liz's could be combined into one update on KS? Because there's not a lot of background or context on either, that's what'll really tell this story, you know?

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Good point. I'm underselling these images though. They really are nice too bad there is not enough time to stitch the actual farm and make statistical inferences about the actual crops.

How do I get a GoPro with this multispectral capability? I am quite interested in the subject

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Alex said that he had sent the camera away to have it done. I think different places will do the camera conversion, I remember it being around $100-$200.