Photogrammetry of archaeological site felix romuliana at gamzigrad using aerial digital camera and non-metric digital camera
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Some limitation brought to us by cameras and imaging platforms sometimes can not be overcome as for the case of minimum airplane flight height used as platforms. In other case imaging of larger territories is often irrational, when it is performed from balloons or helicopters. So, there is an often need for combining different cameras and imaging platforms. New digital airborne cameras and non-metric high resolutions digital cameras expands our possibilities for combining this imaging source where we can get to optimal data source without disconcerting accuracy and unnecessary job build-up. In this paper the methodology of combining photogrammetric digital camera Z/I Imaging DMC and Canon EOS 5D will be presented as a source of data needed for photogrammetric product making of complex archaeological location with different photo resolutions.
Keywords:Aerial Photogrammetry / Architectural Heritage / Close Range Photogrammetry / Digital Camera / Virtual Landscape / Visualization
Source:International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPR, 2008, 37, 397-399
- International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing