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Midwest Aerial Completes Three Airborne Acquisitions with DMC II Cameras

March 26, 2013

Midwest Aerial Completes Three Airborne Acquisitions with DMC II Cameras

GALLOWAY, Ohio, March 25, 2013—Midwest Aerial Photography has completed three large-area airborne imaging projects in early 2013 as part of statewide mapping programs in North Carolina, Maryland and Virginia. All three collections were completed with Midwest Aerial’s DMC II-140 digital mapping cameras. Midwest Aerial is the only commercial imaging firm in the world to own and