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Use of a 35 mm camera for vertical aerial photography

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1981-10

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Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)

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Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)

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Technical note
Background: Making rapid assessments of land feature changes, especially along the coast where changes can occur suddenly is sometimes necessary, and one method which can be used to document these changes is vertical aerial photography. A typical 35mm camera can often provide adequate data. The trade-offs of the 35mm camera versus the conventional 9 inch mapping camera are the smaller camera's reduced coverage per frame and distortion due to lens effects. If unscaled documentation is the primary need, the 35mm camera will usually suffice.

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35 mm camera, Aerial photography, Mapping, Aerial camera

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