I'm looking if anyone ever did actualy photogrammetry tests with the likes of fujifil gfx 100s or 100.. the 100 mpix cameras.. is there a downside / upside to it..
I would like to produce top of the line mesh density/quality.. and it seems for smaller objects it would be equivivalent of taking 4x more shots on a 25 mpix camera? Would that even work as intended.
I've heard some discussion, but it's clear from the start, more mpix - more polygons/data - if we go from 12 mpix, to 30 mpix - the advantage seems clear - but if we go from 30 to 100 - apparently there's "diminishing results" .. diminishing in what case - if I want to produce 100-200m polycount say on rocks, and 16k textures? Is it gonna be better or worse?
From the start it seems obvious it should be better and cases for it to be worse - more expensive and longer to build data - but I'd love to hear from someone doing 100 mpix photogrammetry to compare if it's worth it.. or to stick to 30 mpix?
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