I've been experimenting with photogrammetry for a while, and the main hurdle I keep tripping over is the clarity (lack thereof) of my images.
Rather than spend a lot of money on a better camera, I'm wondering if there are ways to overcome the inherent imprecisions. One idea I had is to snap the exact same photo several times (from a tripod) and somehow combine those images to refine the accuracy. I'm familiar with focus stacking, and that's not what I'm thinking of (though it might still be helpful in ways I haven't thought of). I'm also not necessarily talking about stitching low resolution images into a higher resolution panorama. In fact, for photogrammetry, the image lens metrics have to be calculable and consistent.
Is there an existing technique for doing something like this, i.e. refining one image with another, or combining many images to create a finer result?