Oblique D2M

Five-lens RGB Camera

The Oblique D2M is a powerful oblique imaging system consisting of five high-resolution multidirectional cameras, making it the ideal tool for large scale 3D photogrammetry.

A fast trigger interval along with custom high-speed storage provides class-leading time efficiency without compromising data quality. The payload combines four oblique and one downward camera to capture complex geometries with ease.

This ensures remarkable detail even on slanted surfaces and makes Oblique D2M destined for 3D mesh generation of high-rise areas, industrial environments, archaeological sites and alike.

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Oblique D2M
Technical Specification

GSD 1.50 cm @100m AGL
Cameras 1 x NADIR, 4 x oblique
Sensor resolution 26 MP (6252 x 4168 px)
Total resolution 130 MP
Sensor size 23.5 x 15.6 mm
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor format APS-C
Focal length 25 mm NADIR, 35 mm (oblique)
Trigger interval ≥ 0.8 s
Payload weight RTF 834 g
Flight time 60 minutes
Storage High speed data storage device (640 GB)

Sample Data Details

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight altitude:

120 m | 393 ft AGL
C3 Class Identification Label

Flight speed:

17 m/s
C3 Class Identification Label


1,8 cm/px


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