Soap dish with GPS?

Hello, friends. Needed to choose a camera with GPS module for use in the copter.

Advise on requirements a bit:

— Better quality images

— One must have the ability to connect remote control (wired or infrared)

— Fast speed (the interval between shots of 1 to 3 seconds)

— Weight up to 2 kilograms (maximum: below this the weight of even a DSLR would be good, ideally I would like up to 500 grams)

The price value has almost no

In advance, thank you! :)
October 8th 19 at 02:11
5 answers
October 8th 19 at 02:13
A bar of soap will tell.

I just want to note that instead of soap with a GPS, it may be more practical to use a GPS-logger. Just need to pick a drop that was compatible with special. the agile software development principles that can bind the track to the photo, placing the photo tag with coordinates. It is only necessary before you run octanolactone time on the camera, because the binding is at the time of the snapshot.
And what are the advantages of such a set? - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:16
I am also for the separation of functions. advantages
1. cheaper in the amount of compact cameras with GPS there are not many and they stand expensive, cheap GPS loggers, just the soap dish too.
2. A greater battery life. Logger on one AA can work for 12 hours
3. The track can be constantly both by time and by distance traveled and not only when removing photos.
4. Do you think then will be out of pictures to rip and coordinates to be in a track? - Velva_Wym commented on October 8th 19 at 02:19
The track is not needed, the captured images will be drawn panorama.
Dish soap is only a temporary solution to test how the design and software of the copter, then it will be a DSLR with a GPS, so a soap dish with the logger is not needed - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:22
October 8th 19 at 02:15
The price value has almost no
Any modern smartphone:) the Weight will be surprisingly good — better than many compact cameras, the picture quality on the level again, control panel — wifi/the Bluetooth connection and then with a tablet/computer. The only zoom will not.
it should all fly, so you need either wire, or IR (the prod in the implementation). and why use a phone just for the camera? - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:18
Because you still get GSM/GPRS communication with the copter (with GPRS or 3G will can even control normally) and the ability to get the coordinates and photos both in flight and after an unsuccessful landing. Plus language high-level programming and system resources, it is possible for example to make auto-fit and evasion problems as a result of processing of the image.
And then there are shock/moisture - protected soap dish and drown you :) - Velva_Wym commented on October 8th 19 at 02:21
Avoiding obstacles implemented much easier than by image analysis.
All great, but we are looking for is a camera with the specified parameters - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:24
October 8th 19 at 02:17
Choice camera much Shirshov, the GPS too.
You can place the logger where the GPS and put the camera back where it is easier to remove )
afraid will be out of sync:) while this test sample, after starting with the soap dish will be zapusk with a DSLR, so looking for just a camera, on trial - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:20
October 8th 19 at 02:19 — probably close to the best option. In cameras with interchangeable lenses typically the GPS option, just like Sony builds, and then only in SLR.
So would advise Samsung NX-100, there is also a optional GPS however to find it, you will have torment on ebay offhand — 2 proposals. His quality is OK, but the IR remote is mute, just a cord.
Thank you
The plugin will also work with the SLR will do so.
Wired remote even preferable, just in the search are faced with the fact that the cameras is not something that nests under the wire, even IK is not always seen - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:22
October 8th 19 at 02:21
Sony Cyber-shot HX5V (I have two in operation), or more Stasi versions. Shoot great, video is clear, GPS is available.
By the way, what GPS? To enter the coordinates in the photo?
Yes, in order then to compare the footage with a map - harmon.Schultz97 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:24

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