I am trying to set up a project to create a 3D model of a cliff dropping 15M down to sea level.
The model includes a flat plateau or park without structures atop the cliff and a cliff face dropping down to the sea. S
Drondeploy does not offer a zipline flight along the cliff and below take off altitude thus i assume i should fly it all above the 0m altitude take off location and its not clear how to set this up.
would it be a better choice in this case to use
Terrain , structure or cross hatch
would it be best to try to automate the lowest possible flight altitude
woudl it make sense to seek a permiter further away from the cliff in order to be able to capture shots all the way up and down the cliff
its not clear how important it might be to indicate a tree in the photo path that might be regarded as the highest structure of about (4m). I note that minimum altitude allowed by app is 10m so it is not a danger but i believe i should be flying as low as possible in trying to capture everything at take off altitude and below?
its not clear how to setup the overlap and flight capture using this tool i set the flight path as low as possible which generate warnings of altitude too low
if my questions are unclear i am seeking the right project setup to fly and shoot a 3D model where the highest point of the model is the flat park i take off from and the 3D model needs to capture the cliff below this point dropping 15 m to the ocean
Thanks in advance for advice on drone-deploy capture settings for 3D model not map