It is recommended to transfer your data to a computer after each flight. You can transfer your data in three different ways: via USB, via Wi-Fi and via an SD card. The photos taken by Sequoia are in .tiff format for the four monochrome sensors, and in .jpeg format for the RGB sensor.
1. Using the micro USB cable (supplied), connect the micro USB device port on the multispectral sensor to your computer.
2. In Windows: go to Start > Computer > Sequoia > Internal. This will take you to the multispectral sensor internal memory. You can retrieve the photos taken during the flight.
Note: Sequoia creates a folder for each sequence of shots. For example, if you have taken a single shot and then a shot in burst mode, you will have two different folders in the Sequoia memory.
3. For Mac: open Image Transfer. This will take you to the multispectral sensor internal memory. You can retrieve the photos taken during the flight.
1. Connect the multispectral sensor USB device port to a drone or a USB battery. > Sequoia turns on automatically.
2. Make sure that the Wi-Fi appears in the list of available Wi-Fi networks. If not, press the multispectral button four times. > The multispectral sensor indicator light ashes blue when Wi-Fi is enabled.
3. Connect your computer, tablet or smartphone to the Wi-Fi network: Sequoia_XXXX.
4. Open your internet browser and log on to the IP address 192.168.47.1.
5. Go to the Gallery tab and retrieve the photos taken during the flight.
Via an SD Card
1. Insert your SD card into an adapter which is compatible with your computer.
2. Retrieve the photos taken during the flight. You can also use the sunshine sensor as an SD card reader. To do this, connect the sensor's micro USB device port to your computer.
[!] Do not take out the SD card when Sequoia is on.