Mavic 3 Multispectral Data
The Mavic 3 Multispectral includes a 20 MP RGB camera with a 4/3 sensor, the same as on the Mavic 3 Enterprise. Every M3M includes an RTK Module. Combining the RTK Module and the 20 MP camera enables the M3M to achieve high accuracy 2D and 3D data. The Mavic 3M is suitable for a wide range of surveying and construction needs. In our accuracy test the Mavic 3 with 20 MP camera achieved horizontal accuracies under an inch, and vertical accuracies under a tenth.
The Mavic 3 Enterprise includes the zoom camera as a secondary sensor. The Mavic 3 Multispectral includes 5 cameras in total. It includes the 20 MP RGB camera mentioned above, and 4 single band sensors at 5 MP per sensor. Those bands are green, red, red edge, and near infrared. With these sensor you can calculate different indices. including NDVI, NDRE, GNDVI. This added information can help in a range of situations: early weed emergence, crop health, and even locating drainage tile.
We ran a test flight with the Mavic 3 Multispectral on a snowy day in February here in OH. While it is certainly not ideal in terms of applicable data, we hope it might be useful if only to establish your workflow. We flew the same site with the Micasense Altum. Keep an eye out for the Micasense Altum vs Mavic 3 Multispectral data.
Check below for some sample outputs using Pix4D Fields