I do a lot of drone photography & videography in construction, architecture and realty. Drone positioning is generally more artistic than precision. I was asked recently to take photographs from various heights and bearings for a future construction project Which I have done a number of time before. This is quite a common request but the site manager was a real detail man. So I provided the photographs with a spreadsheet with data taken from the logs (DJI MaVic 2 Pro), including straight down photographs showing the precise position over or between survey pegs. Then he started to quiz me on the precision of the data. I pointed out that the drone is not a survey tool and although it is remarkably precise I am not sure how precise. It’s clear from the map view that it is quite accurately positioned but I cannot state a tolerance on the numbers for lat/long/alt and bearing. Any thoughts please.