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Some amazing kite aerial thermal photography from West Lothian Archeology

by warren | November 28, 2011 18:08 | 33 views | 0 comments | #586 | 33 views | 0 comments | #586 28 Nov 18:08

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The system is built around a waterproof 320 x 240 pixels microbolometer with a 19 mm wide angle lens, giving a horizontal field of view of 36°. This provides a resolution of a little less than the 352 x 288 pixel, conventional Pencam image of Cairnpapple, taken by James Gentles in 2003.

The total weight of the rig (including camera) is 1.5kg!


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