Curious, I see your BENCHMARK (basemark) where your RS2 is set manually upon is 155.342m for the ellipsoidal height. (26:17)
And at (38:59) your height 106.081m, a difference of 49.261m.
Is this the resulting 106.081m orthometric height and matches what is published for this benchmark (basemark) your set upon?
Did you use a GEOID to achieve this? I guess in your ArcGIS or QGIS software (after the fact or real time) or in real time via Emlid ReachView 3 using coordinate system and geoid?
(35:26) Is the altitude shown in Metashape the relative height from take off of the drone? (0m)
Wonder how you localize to something like this to get the ACTUAL terrain level? I assume just obviously use / tie into the benchmark and it’s published height since a KNOWN point / benchmark is available?
The Z height is always tricky I think most and what is out there seems to be left desired. : / Would be AWESOME to see a lengthy DETAILED video from EMLID about Z height, elevations, datums, orthometric, elipsoidal height, geoids AND LOCALIZATION etc. Seems to get off on the right foot of a project whatever it may be, this is very critical.