Testing a Parrot Bluegrass with Sequoia Sensor. Ran it at highest speed on a bright sunny day, 130 feet AGL. The images for the other bands look like I would expect for that altitude and the sensor resolution. The detail is uniform throughout the image. However the detail in the RGB images appear to be non-uniform with bands of blurriness. (See example provided) I have not idea if this is normal since I’ve never used this sensor before. I would expect due to the tight integration between Pix4D and Sequoia that the software engineers wouldn’t provide a setting that would be essentially incompatible with the sensor (too fast of a flight speed). But then that begs the question why allow there to be a setting at all? Maybe the answer is, to slow it down if the images are blurry (LOL.)
I need to do some actual shots where the lighting may be lower with overcast instead of sunny. My gut is saying if the issue really is due to drone speed then it will be worse in lower lighting. Can the ISO setting of the RGB sensor be raised or can all I do is lower the drone speed? Or is this how the images typically look and the fast setting is pretty reliable?
Was running at 75% overlap.