The resoltuion of an image defines how wide a view the image has as well as the size of the smallest objects seen in the image.

A single full-frame image is typically 5000 by 3300 pixels. A single image shot at 12 inches per pixel resolution will cover an area on the ground 1 mile by 0.6 miles (5000ft by 3300ft).  We can shoot many desired resolutions and areas to suit your needs. We can also make large composite images to increase the coverage area at very high resolution.

The images on the right illustrate small 400x200 pieces of a full-frame image taken at different resolutions.

4" per pixel - easily resolving cars

12" per pixel - easily resolving houses

8 feet per pixel - easily resolving roads and buildings