Thank you for your questions. It is possible to implement customs camera using Pix4Dcapture.
It is important to notice that the integration of the camera on the drone has to be done properly by the user. Also, the camera needs the ability to set a timelapse in it as it won’t be triggered by Pix4Dcapture.
Also, we are evaluating at the moment the possibility/feasibility to integrate a Micasense camera on Matrice DJI drones.
Are you using the Android or iOS version of Pix4Dcapture?
If flying with Android, do you bump into the issue that has also been reported in this thread on our community? The Android version does not have the custom camera functionality for the moment which enables to fly taking into account the parameters of the camera you would like to integrate and then to have the good overlap.
I would recommend you to use the iOS version of Pix4Dcapture as a development has been done to implement custom camera which is not existing on the Android version. The procedure to implement a custom camera can be found here. The important step is to define the time-lapse directly in the settings of the camera, and then apply the same value for the Min. triggering interval [s] in the application. If not, the camera will not take any picture as it cannot be controlled by Pix4Dcapture.