Sequoia Overexposure

Sequoia Overexposure

This topic contains 1 reply, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  ressonblake 3 months, 1 week ago.

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  • #1006

    ressonblake
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    Hey Folks,

    Has anyone ever had issues with the sequoia over exposing part of the image? If so, how was this compensated for in terms of flight practices? What about correcting the over exposure post-flight, pre-processing of the indicies?

    I know time-of-day, cloud cover, solar noon, soil and crop type play very key roles in the quality of the data, however I’m looking for tricks that you’ve used can help minimize the occurrence of overexposure in the images; especially on those critical days of imaging.

  • #1007

    ressonblake
    Participant

    To add to this, I’m wondering if anyone has had experience using filters on the Sequoia and correcting reflectance values or other non-conventional methods.

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