I’m doing some university research on mapping fire perimeters and wish to record 30 second or 1 minute snapshots of a growing wildfire. I have run a few missions with drone deploy and understand that multiple images are stitched together but for my research the fire perimeter will be skewed as the multiple photos are taken. Is it possible to create a georeferenced aerial photo from a single image. I expect I could do this manually or create a small single line mission with limited skew but a single accurate image would be best.
It would also increase flight time for my DJI phantom 4 as it sits there and hovers rather than wizzing back and forwards.