Example: When the orthomosaic is printed in scale 1:200, it means that 1 cm in paper represents 200 cm in reality.
The printing scale indicates the acceptable error that a printed orthomosaic can have. The acceptable error is based on the smallest difference that a human can distinguish at a drawing, which in a scale 1:1 is about 0.25 mm. This error should be multiplied by the printing scale in order to calculate the acceptable error that a printed orthomosaic should have.
Example: For a printing scale 1:200 the acceptable error is 0.25 * 200 mm = 50 mm = 5 cm.
in the beginning say 200 cm but in the end say 200 mm…so the calc is wrong…i think…