Hi again @Grizz!
As Gary mentioned, it will be very challenging for our stitching engine to process maps at a lower altitude. We may not be able to process a map for you if images are captured at 30m. Generally, a successful map is typically flown at least 47-50m. In your case, flying higher will not compromise your resolution or ability to pin a location for the GPS coordinates. I would recommend flying at 47m with 75/75 overlap (if your subject matter is a homogenous scene). This will ensure that your map processes completely and it will allow you to use our Location tool. The Location tool will also display the individual images that captured at that relative location, so you can perform even deeper ground truthing.
I hope you find this information helpful! Please let us know if there's anything else we can help advise for a successful mapping experience.