Inspire 1 (X3, X5)
Inspire 2 (X4S, X5S, X7)
Supported - Note below
Mavic Pro Platinum
Mavic Pro 2 (regular + zoom)
Supported (iOS only at this time)
Matrice 100 (X3, X5)
Matrice 200 (X4S, XT, XT2*)
Matrice 210 (X4S, XT, XT2*)
Matrice 210 RTK (X4S, XT, XT2*)
Matrice 600 (X3, X5)
Phantom 2 Vision
Phantom 2 Vision+
Phantom 3 Advanced
Phantom 3 Professional
Phantom 3 Standard
Phantom 3 4K
Phantom 4 Advanced
Phantom 4 Pro
Phantom 4 Pro+
Phantom 4 Pro V2.0
Phantom 4 Pro+ V2.0
*When using XT2, both RGB and Thermal imagery is saved to the SD card. Thermal images cannot be processed into a full-resolution map, however. Thermal Live Map is the completed offering.
- DJI MFT 15mm F1.7 ASPH
- DJI MFT 15mm F1.7 ASPH
- OLYMPUS M.12mm F2.0
- OLYMPUS M.45mm F1.8
X7 Lenses (FW 01.01.0200 only):
- DJI DL-S 16mm F2.8 ND ASPH
- DJI DL 24mm F2.8 LS ASPH
- DJI DL 35mm F2.8 LS ASPH
- DJI DL 50mm F2.8 LS ASPH
Other compatible cameras are currently exhibiting behavior that prevents normal operation. We are working with DJI to revolve these issues.
Note: All "Officially Supported” cameras and Lenses are tested with DroneDeploy rigorously. Your results with cameras others than those listed above may vary.
RTK data is not recorded to photo metadata, so the map accuracy increase you'll see out of the 210RTK may not be substantial when compared to the regular models.
DroneDeploy is now able to control supported DJI drones without a DJI camera, but it won't be able to initiate image capture. For example, you could create a DroneDeploy mission for a Phantom 4 with a RedEdge camera, but you would need to trigger image capture externally.
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The DroneDeploy Map Engine lets you upload and process your imagery from any UAV setup with embedded geotags. Once the data has been processed, you will also be able to make use of all the additional DroneDeploy functionality (such as sharing, annotations, and analysis).
Using Map Engine does not require any app, just data.
All images should be in JPG format
All images must have latitude, longitude and altitude in the GPS EXIF data
All images should be facing the area of interest
All images should have significant overlap (more than 60% side and frontlap, 75% for agricultural or homogeneous imagery)
There must be at least 10 images
To begin, please see How to Process Datasets.
Please see here to set up for your first flight.