We recently bought an EBee drone which can be used in combination with a Parrot Sequoia camera. Among other purposes, we use this drone to take areal pictures of an experimental field site with drought treatment. When our drone unfortunately crashed, we used the Sequoia camera to manually take pictures of the different plots in the experiment. Of course, we also took calibration pictures.
Usually, with the drone, we use the software Pix4D to calibrate our pictures taken by the Sequoia. In this case this is not possible, because the pictures lack geographic information (and probably also other information, I do not know about that exactly). I would now assume that I can simply calibrate these pictures using for example a raster calculator in a commonly used GIS. What I am not sure about, is the procedure underlying this calibration process. Could you maybe give me some advice where I could find the calibration information for the Sequoia camera? Or can you tell me how to best proceed?