Supported cameras - PIX4Dfields

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This article contains the most used and latest supported cameras in PIX4Dfields.

  • The table below is structured by Brand, Drone/Camera, and Syntax.
  • Syntax is composed by: Camera model + Focal Length + Resolution.

If the camera is not listed in this article, check if it is present in Remaining supported cameras.  PIX4Dfields will be able to process the images for all cameras listed in the PDF, but it is recommended to test the processing using a trial version of the software, as the quality of the orthomosaic may vary.

 
Important: If a camera is not supported in PIX4Dfields, it is still possible to process a dataset if a file with the internal camera parameters is provided. For more information: User-provided camera parameter file for PIX4Dfields.
Brand Drone/Camera Syntax
Parrot
AnafiAi ANAFIAi_5.3_4000x3000
ANAFIAi_5.3_8000x6000
Anafi/AnafiUSA Anafi_4.0_4608x3456
Anafi_4.0_5344x4016
Sequoia/Sequoia+ Sequoia_4.0_1280x960
MicaSense Altum Altum_1.8_160x120 (Thermal)
Altum_8.0_2064x1544 (RGB)
RedEdge-P  RedEdge-P_10.3_2464x2056 (Panchro)
RedEdge-P_5.5_1456x1088
RedEdge RedEdge_5.5_1280x960
RedEdge-MX RedEdge-M RedEdge-M_5.5_1280x960
RedEdge-M_5.5_960x1280
senseFly  albris albris_8.0_4488x3368
albris_8.0_7152x5368
albris_8.0_7728x5368
S.O.D.A. S.O.D.A._10.2_5472x3648
S.O.D.A._10.2_5472x3648_fw_1.1.0
S.O.D.A._10.6_5472x3648
S110 RGB/NIR/RE CanonPowerShotS110_5.2_4048x3048
senseFly Aeria X senseFlyAeriaX_18.5_6000x4000
DJI Spark FC1102_4.5_3968x2976
Mini FC7203_4.5_4000x2250
Mavic 2 Pro L1D-20c_10.3_5472x3648
Mavic Air FC2103_4.5_4056x3040
Mavic Pro FC220_4.7_2000x1500
FC220_4.7_4000x2250
FC220_4.7_4000x3000
Mavic Enterprise Dual FC2403_4.5_4056x3040
Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced MAVIC2-ENTERPRISE-ADVANCED_4.5_8000x6000 (RGB)
Phantom 3 FC300C_3.6_2000x1500
FC300C_3.6_4000x3000
Phantom 3 Adv FC300S_3.6_4000x2250
FC300S_3.6_4000x3000
Phantom 3 Pro FC300X_3.6_4000x2250
FC300X_3.6_4000x3000
Phantom 4 FC330_3.6_2000x1500
FC330_3.6_4000x2250
FC330_3.6_4000x3000
Phantom 4 Pro V2 FC6310S_8.8_5472x3648
FC6310S_8.8_4864x3648
Phantom 4 Pro FC6310_8.8_4864x3648
FC6310_8.8_5472x3648
Phantom 4 RTK FC6310R_8.8_4864x3648
FC6310R_8.8_5472x3648
Phantom 4 Multispectral FC6360_5.7_1600x1300
Zenmuse P1 ZenmuseP1_35.0_8192x5460
Zenmuse X3 FC350_3.6_4000x2250
FC350_3.6_4000x3000
Zenmuse X5 FC550_15.0_4608x3456
FC550_DJIMFT15mmF1.7ASPH_15.0_4608x3456
FC550_OLYMPUSM.12mmF2.0_12.0_4608x3456
Zenmuse X5RAW FC550RAW_DJIMFT15mmF1.7ASPH_15.0_4608x3456
Zenmuse X4S FC6510_8.8_4864x3648
FC6510_8.8_5472x3078
FC6510_8.8_5472x3648
Zenmuse X5S FC6520_DJIMFT15mmF1.7ASPH_15.0_5280x3956
Zenmuse X7 FC6540_DJIDL24mmF2.8LSASPH_24.0_6016x4008
FC6540_DJIDL35mmF2.8LSASPH_35.0_6016x3376
SlantRange SlantRange-3P SlantRange-3P_12.0_1280x1024
Sentera Sentera 6X 21216-01_3.2MP-GS-0001 (Thermal)
21214-00_3.2MP-GS-0001 (Standard)
AeroVironment  Quantix Quantix_2.6_2432x1824
Quantix_5.2_4864x3648
Quantix_5.4_4864x3648
Quantix_5.4_2432x1824
AutelEvo  Autel Evo I XB015_3.2_4000x3000
Autel Evo II 8K XT701_4.7_7680x4320
Autel Evo II Pro 6K  XT705_10.6_5472x3648
Autel Evo II Dual XT706_4.7_4000x3000
Yuneec  E90 E90_8.3_5472x3648
Skydio  Skydio2 2_3.7_4056x3040
 
Note: PIX4Dfields automatically detects geolocation information in the EXIF of the images. Importing image geolocation using .csv or .txt files is currently not supported.

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  • Mathias Fortuna

    Hello,  I can see the Mavic Mini (FC7203_4.5_4000x2250) in the supported camera list, but when trying to import jpegs to Pix4dfields it keeps saying that is isn't compatible. I downloaded the database file and couldn't find the lines for FC7203.

    Do you know the solution? Thanks!

  • Fernanda Bosmediano

    Hey, thanks for letting us know. Indeed this camera is not yet supported, but we are working to add it soon. Meanwhile, you can use an XML file to test it some users have shared this file with us. You can contact us with a ticket to support and we can gladly give it to you. 

  • John Roos

    Hello,

    Is this camera no longer supported?  I have downloaded sequoia_update.plf from https://support.parrot.com/us/support/products/parrot-sequoia and uploaded through USB cable to http://192.168.42.2/ .

     

  • Fernanda Bosmediano

    Hi John, 

    We think you are using images from the front camera. Could you please let me know if you are doing that intentionally?  Usually, our users process the images from the ParrotSequia camera which is also integrated into that drone, and the images are stored in the SD card.

     

    Best, 

    Edited by Fernanda Bosmediano
  • George Diaz

    Hello,

     

    I have imported Images from a DJI 4P Multispectral to Pix4D Fields. After processing the orthomosaic looks that it was not aligned properly. 

    Any thoughts? Please help

     

    Thank you 

    Edited by George Diaz
  • Fernanda Bosmediano

    Hey George, 

    Did you process with the rig relative calibration option? If this does not work, could you please create a ticket to support? Please send us the log file, information about the overlap, speed, weather conditions during the acquisition, and if possible the dataset. We can replicate the issue, and explain the reason for the issues. Then, we can share the outputs here. 

  • Gary Roberson

    What is the best way to view or read the contents of the camera database file.  Do you have a dedicated reader that displays the data in table form or some other form?

     

  • Fernanda Bosmediano

    Dear Gary, 

     

    You can download the file and see it with a text editor such as Notepad++. I think this is the best way to see it. We do not have another reader that can display this information as a table. If you have some issues understanding the format, you can contact support or post in our community, we will gladly help you.

    Kind regards, 

    Edited by Fernanda Bosmediano
  • Anand Deshpande

    Need help to import and process the images. I am getting following error.

    Thanks,
    Anand

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    Momtanu (Pix4D)

    Anand, this XML file should work: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1XYnoUyOciM7Xt1Z1EUHJXdL-8rexluDx?usp=sharing

    You will need to import this file in Pix4DFields. Let us know if you need any help.

  • Christian Vahrenkamp

    Hello, 

    I need help to import and process the images. The camera is not supported. Can somebody help me? 

    Thanks in advance.

    Christian

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    Momtanu (Pix4D)

    The 30 mm focal length of this camera is supported (ILCE-6000_30.0_6000x4000). However, if you send us 3 images (you can upload in google drive), we can send you an XML file which you can import to Pix4DFields: https://support.pix4d.com/hc/en-us/articles/360035481811-How-to-generate-an-XML-file-to-process-a-not-supported-camera-in-Pix4Dfields#label6

  • Christian Vahrenkamp

    Hey Momtanu,

    here is the link to google drive with three images. Thank you for your help :)

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Dg8iNvtsSgPmghm5Eojs7lslrJTCY1Qa?usp=sharing

  • Fernanda Bosmediano

    Hello Christian, 

    I uploaded the XML file here. At the end of this article https://support.pix4d.com/hc/en-us/articles/360035481811 you will find the instructions of how to import it to Pix4Dfields. 

     

    Sincerely, 

     

     

    Edited by Fernanda Bosmediano
  • Lorenzo Anfruns

    Buenas tardes, espero estén bien.

    Dispongo de un dji Ph4 multiespectral con cámara FC6360_5.7_1600x1300, según el listado compatible con Pix4d Fields.

    Cuando realizo el proyecto con las imágenes RGB me genera el ortomosaico de forma correcta, pero al generar con las imágenes tif de las bandas multiespectrales, parece que no las solapa correctamente. Lo proceso con la calibración RIG activada. Para el ejemplo se trata de un gsd de unos 5 cm aproximadamente.

    Muchas gracias.

     

  • Fernanda Bosmediano

    Hola, 

    ¿Puede crear un ticket para el soporte técnico? Por favor, envíenos su log file, conjunto de datos y capturas de pantalla que muestren los errores. 

    Sinceramente, 

     

    Edited by Fernanda Bosmediano
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