MosaicMill converts standard SLR cameras to capture Colour Infra Red (CIR) images for vegetation analysis and for generating NDVI maps. Converted cameras are reconfigured and calibrated to optimize image quality.
There is a number of camera alternatives, for example a version with two narrow bands (NIR+Red) or another one with three wide bands (NIR+Red+Green). The two-band version is recommended for NDVI mapping while the three-band one is for general CIR mapping.
Optionally, the same camera can be configured for various wavelenght combinations and for original RGB bands.
Images can be postprocessed with standard GIS software or with MosaicMill Agri tools to have pure NIR, RED and GREEN bands. Currently we offer e.g. these converted models:
- Nikon D810 36 Mpix sensor, recommended lens Nikkor 50mm/1.4G.
- Sony a6000, 24 Mpix sensor, recommended lens Sony 20mm/2.8G.
- Sony a7r II, 42 Mpix sensor, recommended lens Zeiss 35/2.8
- Canon 6D, 21 Mpix sensor, recommended lens Canon 50mm/1.4.
- Canon 5DS, 51 Mpix sensor, recommended lens Canon 50mm/1.4.
NDVI camera overview is available here: NDVI cameras overview. Please contact MosaicMill for futher details.
MosaicMill provides also "Agri tools" for creating reflectance images and to calculate true NDVI. Please check pages "Reflectance targets" and "EnsoMOSAIC Agri".
Sample data sets of CIR cameras
- Canon 6D, 8 images, RAW and TIFF, Finland 0.7 GB. Please ask for a download link.
- Canon 6D, 1 image, RAW and TIFF, Australia 130 mB
- Sony a6000, 15 images, RAW and TIFF, Finland, 3 GB. Please ask for a download link.
- Sony a6000, 23 images, RAW and TIFF, Barcelona, 4 GB. Please ask for a download link.
- Sony a6000, 1 images in different formats, Barcelona, 0.5 GB. Please ask for a download link.
- Nikon D800 E, 1 images in different formats, South America, 0.6 GB