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Does anyone out there know how to perform radiometric corrections on a single image taken with a multispectral sensor?

I know there is proprietary software (such as PiX4D) that can do this; however, they can only process images in series (which I don't have and can't obtain).

  • What is your objective with the radiometric correction? – Aaron Feb 4 at 20:16
  • @Aaron I will like to reduce/correct the errors on some digital numbers that I extracted from some images. I know for a fact that the extracted values that I have (from the non corrected images) are higher. My first idea was that maybe those higher values are being cause because I am not radiometrically correcting my images. – Perro Feb 4 at 20:28
  • Are you working with multiple images acquired at different time periods or a single image? Also what you hope to use the imagery for matters in determining methods for radiometric calibration. – Aaron Feb 4 at 20:35
  • There is this for a Micasense RedEdge. I have never tied it. Some skills at Python programming will be required. support.micasense.com/hc/en-us/articles/… – GBG Feb 4 at 21:17
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    Did you take before/after photos with a calibration pad? Without known reflectance values I'm not sure you're going to have much luck with this. – JepsonNomad Feb 4 at 22:29

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