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Vexcel introduces new UltraCam Eagle 4.1 photogrammetric aerial camera

By Eric Van Rees - 19th October 2022 - 07:07

Vexcel Imaging announces the release of the new UltraCam Eagle 4.1, the pinnacle of nadir photogrammetric aerial camera systems increasing flight efficiency at truly mapping-grade image quality for precise analysis and interpretation.

Based on Vexcel’s ground-breaking 4th generation camera technology, the UltraCam Eagle 4.1 collects high-resolution panchromatic, R, G, B and NIR information at over 500 Megapixels—an impressive footprint that can be exploited at different altitudes, thanks to three field-exchangeable lens kits at focal lengths of 90 mm, 120 mm and 150 mm. The Eagle 4.1 is further enhanced by the proprietary Adaptive Motion Compensation (AMC) software approach that addresses image blur caused by multi-directional camera movement during the flight. Featuring new sensors, coupled with new electronics and new lenses, the Eagle 4.1 delivers visually stunning, photogrammetric-grade quality imagery.

The Eagle 4.1 is in a class of its own. The difference is found in the camera’s panchromatic “backbone.” High-resolution PAN sensors collect and resolve object details more faithfully and with higher geometrically accuracy. Consequently, UltraCam panchromatic and full-resolution color data (produced through pansharpening) feature a higher image-resolving power. Imagery is more detailed, more accurate and more actionable.

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