A really well done job! is it possible to have an analysis also of the following seconds?Hi guys,
didn't read the whole thread, not sure if this helps or is already redundant:
I have manually created an image stitch of parts of the first 20 seconds / 600 frames. Stitching was done by aligning images so the highest / most distant clouds match. Closer clouds not always align perfectly due to some parallax.
Given we know the horizontal FOV we can derive an upper bound for the actual camera yaw rotation.
The movement of the reticle in the first 600 frames was measured to be 2344 pixels. Camera image width is 320 pixels. Having traveled 7.325 times the FOV and assuming a 0.35° FOV we end up at 2.56° in the first 20s.
In case you want to review or continue the stitch, or measure other frames, it is saved using Gimp layers here: