thanks for your answer, you have been very clear, thanks. I know that without any Georef information on my camera my project will be in local, but is ok. I have many GCPs that will be used to georef the project. I choose to delete EXIF information because when I started the alignment process the ray cloud was affected by big errors, so the only way that I found to fix it (using Tie points looked not helping so much the cloud, I put around 20 Tie Points and I still had errors), was to delete camera information. I was hoping, like you say, that Pix4D should process all of them anyway. Unfortunately it didn’t. A lot of camera (around 200 of 878 total) were disabled. So my final Ray cloud was ok, no distortions but at the same time no information for a huge part of my survey extent. I tried to force the software to enable some of disable cameras adding tie points for disable and enable cameras, but nothing looks working. Can I ask you way he decide to disable so many cameras? There is a way just to tell Pix4D to process all the camera doesn’t matter about the results? In addition to this, why it still say that some cameras has got the same geotag if no one of them has got geotag?
Sorry for my bad knowledge of the software. I’m a new user of Pix4D so I still have a lot to learn!
Thanks in advantage.