The Aerial Photo 2004 1-meter DOQQ data were acquired from plane-based digital cameras. The geo-referencing process included compensation for sensor orientation and ground elevation. The resulting images are Digital Orthophoto Quarter Quads (DOQQs).
The DOQs were produced to create spatially accurate aerial photo images that could be used for mapping a variety of features such as land cover, hydrography, agricultural features and urban features.
Florida's Water Management Districts
aerial photo, true color, 2004, digital orthophoto quad
The data is considered 1:12,000 scale data. Source imagery was captured using a Leica ADS40 digital camera with ABGPS and IMU digital camera flown at an altitude of 23,600 ft.
Meets National Map Accuracy Standards at 1:12,000 or +/- 23 feet.
3 bands 8-bit
UTM Zone 17 NAD83, UTM Zone 16, NAD83
Labins distributes the 2004 DOQs in several formats and projections.