line overlap

A series of vertical or oblique photographs that provides a continuous stereo cover of a strip of ground flown to a set course irrespective of the ground detail.

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  • feature-line overlap — A vertical or oblique overlap in which a pilot is briefed to follow the course of ground features, such as a railway line or a canal, instead of straight courses. A series of overlapping air photographs will follow the line of a ground feature …   Aviation dictionary

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