on 02-01-2021 03:57 AM
Hi, is there any way in which the GroPro 9 can get an external feed to RTK accuracy please?
Can it be obtained using Bluetooth, Wifi or a direct feed in to the GoPro device?
Or is post processing the only way to do it?
on 02-01-2021 07:33 AM
As far as I know noone has successfully recorded external data into the GPMF of GoPro videos. I think someone made some progress in the scuba-diving space, but not sure how far they got. I think it's not worth the hassle, recording the data externally and syncing it with the video afterwards is easy enough.
on 02-01-2021 09:15 AM
I haven't got my GoPro yet so haven't anythign to compare, but once I do I'll have a look and see what the difference is, if any. I'm sure data can be manipulated afterwards to ensure the accuracy is what i need. Accuracy becomes infectious after a while!
on 02-04-2021 02:50 AM
on 02-04-2021 06:59 AM
For my aerial photo/video work, I have been using the $229 SolMeta GMAX logger which shows camera orientation, and has a more accurate barometric altimeter. That may be directly connected to a Nikon camera, in which case the Exif data is written directly to the image file. The logger also records a downloadable log of the unit movement on 1 Hz interval.