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Image Frame Rate Setting

Hi, I am using M2P and Map Pilot Pro for our application, for better efficiency in running time and higher resolution after the stitching, we really like to have the frame rate set to 1 sec/image. Currently we can manually set to this, but we can not have this option fixed in the Setting menu, is it possible to add this option in the Image Frame Rate selection? we are using as high speed of the SD card as we can, or you would also suggest certain SD card for such setting?

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We max the SD Card Write Speed out at 2 seconds/image because that is the maximum the DJI cameras will support per their spec. Giving that as an option would affect the layout but it would also cause a lot of images to get skipped if we tried it. We can't even set the camera to take periodic images that fast using timed triggering.

 

Not sure how the frame rate affects the resolution... 

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Thanks for the quick feedback.

When at higher attitude, slower frame rate is fine, but we tend to use lower attitude for better picture quality, we do photo stitch by our own software, thus we do hope to have higher overlapping of each picture, to minimize the distortion after stitching, also to minimize the light change effect due to auto exposure by the camera.

This is the main reason we hope to have faster frame rate. We understand camera is the key, we thought Mavic 2 Pro’s camera is good enough to do so actually.

Can the program to open the setting based on camera and speed of SD card? Or it does already, just the camera from DJI is not yet meet the criteria?

Thanks!!

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There is no way to make the DJI cameras take pictures faster than once every 2 seconds reliably. You can test this in the DJI app using the intervalometer or by pressing the take-a-picture button 60 times in 60 seconds (you would likely only get 30 images). It might work in a burst setting but not in a sustained write. 

 

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