Did you know that most drone cameras will save the imagery in RAW format?
OK, why would you want to do that?
For many years I have successfully been using JPG which is a compressed image file format that has worked out great for processing in Pix4D, Metashape Pro, DroneDeploy, etc.
I recently joined Cooper Aerial who has been mapping the country for decades and has a lot of experience with large format cameras. I am advancing my drone mapping skills to the next level which means that RAW image format converted to TIFF format is my new norm.
The specialized software that Cooper Aerial uses requires lossless imagery such as TIFF which means that I need to capture drone imagery in RAW format so that it can be converted to TIFF.
Use the camera setting in the DJI app to change the default setting of JPG to RAW.