It introduces new licenses, improves quality and speed, and removes image limitations.
In case you missed it
3Dflow has released 3DF Zephyr 7.0, the newest version of the photogrammetry software, which improves performance and adds a new licensing system.
The update brings changes to Samantha, Zephyr's structure from motion system, whose geometric reconstruction stage has been enhanced and now provides faster and more robust camera orientation.
There is also a new orthophoto wizard that creates high-quality orthophotos from aerial images.
Another important change is the removal of the 500-image limit from the Lite edition, so you can now use countless source photos for your projects.
Finally, the new floating licensing system simplifies sharing among team members, which means you can collaborate easily without worrying about personal licenses.
3DF Zephyr has a free version, which has a 50-image limit and runs on a single NVIDIA GPU. The Lite edition will cost you $209, and the full one costs $290/month or $4,600 for a perpetual license.
Find the full list of changes here and don't forget to join our 80 Level Talent platform, our Reddit page, and our Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.