Geotagging – how it works?

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Presumptions #

 

    • Sony Camera is connected to the Entire via Multi-Port cable ->
    • Control Mode of the Entire is set up to USB (or WiFi)
    • Logging Mode is configured to DirectEXIF
    • Camera is turned into Mass Storage USB connection mode
    • If the camera has two memory card slots, use only one
Process #
  • Default STATUS LED color in this configuration is BLUE and camera disconnected.

  • Immediately after takeoff, Entire will start blinking WHITE– Active GeoTagging session initialization.

  • Entire will automatically trigger photo capture and connect the via USB to scan actual SD folder/files order

  • Once the process of starting GeoTagging session is correctly done, STATUS LED will start blinking GREEN slowly, camera will be disconnected and you are ready to go. If RED blinking appears, GeoTagging has failed.

  • During the flight:

    • You can trigger photos automatically (in planned Mission mode) or manually via DJI trigger (PWM) or via AIR Commander Link or via SBUS. If you use HotShoe sync, you can also trigger camera by any other third-party trigger (DJI Remote RSS).

    • Received command makes STATUS LED blink shortly white

    • Recognized camera capture is signalized by short blink of blue.

  • In the moment of landing, Entire STATUS LED will start blinking GREEN fast -> Process of Coordinates download has begun.

  • Camera will be connected via USB and new photos will be tagged by appropriate coordinates / gimbal angles.

  • Once process is done successfully, STATUS LED turns into BLUE solid. This means, that there were no errors during the flight or download. If STATUS LED turns to blink RED, there were one or more errors.

  • In the “Direct EXIF” mode, the Entire will try to save backup TXT GPS log to:

    •  Camera SD card (root)

    • Entire’s SD card if inserted.

    • Backup GPS log file can be also downloaded via Entire’s web configuration.

  • Format of the GPS log file is:

    “File name, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, gimbal roll, gimbal pitch, gimbal yaw”

Presumptions

 

    • Sony Camera is connected to the Entire via Multi-Port cable ->
    • Control Mode of the Entire is set up to USB (or WiFi)
    • Logging Mode is configured to DirectEXIF
    • Camera is turned into Mass Storage USB connection mode
    • If the camera has two memory card slots, use only one
Process
  • Default STATUS LED color in this configuration is BLUE and camera disconnected.

  • Immediately after takeoff, Entire will start blinking WHITE– Active GeoTagging session initialization.

  • Entire will automatically trigger photo capture and connect the via USB to scan actual SD folder/files order

  • Once the process of starting GeoTagging session is correctly done, STATUS LED will start blinking GREEN slowly, camera will be disconnected and you are ready to go. If RED blinking appears, GeoTagging has failed.

  • During the flight:

    • You can trigger photos automatically (in planned Mission mode) or manually via DJI trigger (PWM) or via AIR Commander Link or via SBUS. If you use HotShoe sync, you can also trigger camera by any other third-party trigger (DJI Remote RSS).

    • Received command makes STATUS LED blink shortly white

    • Recognized camera capture is signalized by short blink of blue.

  • In the moment of landing, Entire STATUS LED will start blinking GREEN fast -> Process of Coordinates download has begun.

  • Camera will be connected via USB and new photos will be tagged by appropriate coordinates / gimbal angles.

  • Once process is done successfully, STATUS LED turns into BLUE solid. This means, that there were no errors during the flight or download. If STATUS LED turns to blink RED, there were one or more errors.

  • In the “Direct EXIF” mode, the Entire will try to save backup TXT GPS log to:

    •  Camera SD card (root)

    • Entire’s SD card if inserted.

    • Backup GPS log file can be also downloaded via Entire’s web configuration.

  • Format of the GPS log file is:

    “File name, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, gimbal roll, gimbal pitch, gimbal yaw”