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Scanning 900 sq ft condo. Should I set camera at 4 feet? Other tips? Don’t want it to appear ‘tiny’.
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I always scan at 4" 3" not 5Ft like most do. I think that scanning at the lower height gives me better still images from the Matterport when I need them.
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And keeps tour level to eliminate 3 point perspective issues.
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