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I'd take a lookt at Planet. They offer three different resolutions (1, 3 and 5m). You can get a free-trial and check if it fits your needs. For the costs, maybe check this conference paper that does a benchmark of different satellites or this pricing information for reference.


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Create layer group, add image layers to group and then add layer group to map: var imageOverlays = L.layerGroup(); L.imageOverlay(priorycourt, imageBounds).setOpacity(0.75).addTo(imageOverlays); L.imageOverlay(ipswich3a, imageBounds).setOpacity(0.75).addTo(imageOverlays); imageOverlays.addTo(map); or var priorycourtLayer = L.imageOverlay(priorycourt, ...


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Actually it does work on later QGGIS versions, the only thing is that you have to manually select that raster from your file directory


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Use the GDAL WMS/TMS/ArcGis driver and gdal_translate. Create an XML file specifying the server parameters, CRS and extent, for example: <GDAL_WMS> <Service name="TMS"> <ServerUrl>http://tile.openstreetmap.org/${z}/${x}/${y}.png</ServerUrl> </Service> <DataWindow> <UpperLeftX>-20037508....


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As commented by @RussRoberts: The current release of Collector does not support vector tile packages. If you have vector data you can create just a tile package and side load that into Collector or Publish it as a tile layer and have it support Export Tiles(same for imagery). Here are the esri provided basemaps http://www.arcgis.com/home/group....


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