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Tree
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Does anyone have experience with the NDVI Mapir Survey Camera setup on the P4P?



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here's a quick link, there's also a page for mounts and components.
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None here.



Have you tried it yet?



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No, I wanted to know if others have worked with this system yet, and what they thought of the cameras.
How they performed. It seems cheap enough to go this route without spending big $$$ on other more expensive systems.
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Tree Posted at 11-10 16:21
No, I wanted to know if others have worked with this system yet, and what they thought of the cameras.
How they performed. It seems cheap enough to go this route without spending big $$$ on other more expensive systems.

I am puzzled. I looked at the page of specs and I cannot see what advantage these cameras would have over the camera that is already fitted to the P4P?
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you can't do ndvi survey's with the stock camera on the p4p
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Tree Posted at 11-10 16:21
No, I wanted to know if others have worked with this system yet, and what they thought of the cameras.
How they performed. It seems cheap enough to go this route without spending big $$$ on other more expensive systems.

Why not give it a try, then report back with your ultimate findings


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I've been on the fence about purchasing this for several weeks.
Curious how the cameras weight affects the p4p's flight, also quality of imaging.
I don't want to spend the money on a system that is not the quality needed.

there is this unit also, but a little more spendy.
plus there are the zenmuse and inspire
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Did you check any of the videos available on YouTube.







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Geebax Posted at 11-10 16:41
I am puzzled. I looked at the page of specs and I cannot see what advantage these cameras would have over the camera that is already fitted to the P4P?

They see in the near infrared which is what's needed for agricultural and plant health work.
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I've seen a few vids, not these vids you posted, thanks.
I've been reading different forums, online reviews, but was hoping for personal experience reviews
before I decide on which camera's I purchase.
Thanks RHP
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Labroides Posted at 11-10 20:25
They see in the near infrared which is what's needed for agricultural and plant health work.

I guessed that, but there is nothing I could find in the specs to say the camera has any special IR capability, they do seem to indicate however that they do it with filters. In which case I wonder if filters could give that capability to the normal P4P camera?
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Geebax Posted at 11-10 22:25
I guessed that, but there is nothing I could find in the specs to say the camera has any special IR capability, they do seem to indicate however that they do it with filters. In which case I wonder if filters could give that capability to the normal P4P camera?

The catch is the filters aren't simple filters to slip over the lens.
They are sensor filters inside the camera and vary the sensitivity of the sensor.
There's some info here on converting cameras:
https://kolarivision.com/specifications/
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Labroides Posted at 11-11 00:02
The catch is the filters aren't simple filters to slip over the lens.
They are sensor filters inside the camera and vary the sensitivity of the sensor.
There's some info here on converting cameras:

OK, I get the idea.
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