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Pegasus drone and in general use normal cameras but surprisingly have the same effect of high magnification telescope.

I know using several monitors improves display pixels count which is reasonable, but somehow the similar technique works for drones.

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    – scottbb
    Jan 26, 2020 at 13:43

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I'm not familiar with the drone in question, but it sounds like a (somewhat) common practice in astronomy: aperture synthesis. The basic idea is that having multiple cameras spread out can effectively work like a bigger single camera. Sort of.

You can find a paper from 2004 that discusses doing just this at https://graphics.stanford.edu/~wilburn/wilburn_thesis.pdf

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