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Moiré-Artefacts on outdoor scan1225

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As part of a scan-session at a skybar today, I also scanned parts of the balcony and the view from it. It resulted in some moiré-artifacts on most pictures. Is this normal? Any solution to this issue? See attached picture in full size. The temperature outside was only -1 degree celcius


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I am working on a 6K sq ft home in Colorado. I scanned from a covered deck facing the ski resort and the same thing happened. Not sure how to resolve it.


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I have not seen the moiré effect on inside scans, but I imagine it is there, but not as visible as on outside scans. I thought it would be easy to remove this artefact with a built-in filter. So it seems that Matterport team has not integrated this filter in their camera. The artefact is not a big deal for me personally (or my customers), but it would be nice if it would be fixed in post.
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