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Skydio 2 - Unacceptable lens distortions but good color and exposure

Skyking

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Hi all. My Skydio arrived on Monday and I spent 3 batteries testing and learning. All went well. Today I was tasked to shoot some construction in "The Bronx" of NYC. I'm uploading the unedited originals taken at that site because there was a huge amount of lens distortion and Adobe did not have a profile yet to adjust it. What to do about this? It's really "not satisfactory" as is. It would not let me upload them here, says "too large", so here's a link to Hightail.

I shot in HDR mode

I'd appreciate hearing what you think.Link to Skydio images showing unacceptable lens distortion
 

Lon Denard

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Hi all. My Skydio arrived on Monday and I spent 3 batteries testing and learning. All went well. Today I was tasked to shoot some construction in "The Bronx" of NYC. I'm uploading the unedited originals taken at that site because there was a huge amount of lens distortion and Adobe did not have a profile yet to adjust it. What to do about this? It's really "not satisfactory" as is. It would not let me upload them here, says "too large", so here's a link to Hightail.

I shot in HDR mode

I'd appreciate hearing what you think.Link to Skydio images showing unacceptable lens distortion
Have you talked to Skydio? How does the video look? I haven't taken any pics but those look kinda rough, no offense.
 

AntDX316

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It looks to be distorted but it could be because of the way the buildings and the roads were made. You need to print out straight lines on a piece of paper and take a picture of that.
 

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