Hi, Is anyone here using a P3A/P for NDVI (Normalized Differenced Vegetation Index) mapping? I'm thinking of using my P3A for this job. The image capturing and processing can be easily done with the Pix4D or DroneDeploy software. My problem is the IR camera. I see two options: 1) modifying the existing P3A camera, e.g. with a mod from irprostore.com or others. 2) attaching a second cam such as the Parrot Sequoia or one from sentera.com or others. Regarding... ...1) I'm not a IR-camera expert, but can a modified camera can do the trick? Isn't it basically just another lens? Is the image quality sufficient for serious NDVI analysis? ...2) A secondary cam would't be attached to a gimbal. It's fixed and is looking vertically on the ground (e.g. Phantom 3 NDVI Upgrade ). So I was wondering: When photos are taken during flight, the P3 tilts into moving direction, so the cam gets a slightly tilted view (correct?). Furthermore, with no gimbal I was wondering whether images might get blurry?