Maybe later I'll repeat some of it here. ;-)
I edit OSM since May, 2008.
I often back it up using a Panasonic DMC-GX1 (earlier Canon A720IS) which gets synched to a key image with known position if I'm lazy, and with the Holux itself when I'm serious. (And I usually use (gps)prune to tag images.)
As one measurement is no measurement I usually use several Android based device for parallel track recording. The units are a OnePlus1, a DesireHD (and rarely now a Motorola Atrix), plus a Samsung Galaxy Tab; of these the O+1 and Galaxy able to see Russian (GLONASS, ГЛОНАСС) and Chienese (BDS, 北斗衛星導航系統) satellites, too. I'm usually using either OsmAnd or Locus; former shows a better vector map and the latter gives more detailed GPS track info en route. Sometimes I make photos with the mobile devices but contrary to logic they don't record viewing agle in the images regardless the compass present.
Lately I got a grab on an "action camera" (SJ4000 clone) and realised that JOSM have no working video mapping plugin. Or anyone else. Damn.
Remarks to myself
- WikiProject Hungary
- /bookmarks - konyvjelzok OSM temaban
- /adatgazdák - hol vannak terkepadatok
- /Potenciálisan használható források - jogi kerdesek
- /Kezdőknek - howto tervek
- /Potenciális felhasználók
- /drone mapping
- /vector osm
Move along, citizen.