The Digital Natural Color aerial imagery was acquired in Spring 2007 using a DMC sensor flown at a nominal height of 9,600' AMT (Above Mean Terrain). ABGPS data was also collected supplemented by New York State CORS data. The Ground Control used to support the Digital Natural Color Ortho-imagery production was collected by identifying strategic points on previous aerial photography and supplemented by selecting new points or photo identifiable points (PID) in areas where needed due to a lack or minimal existence of points from previous Ortho-imagery production projects and then determining the precise location coordinates of the entire ground control network by using ground survey techniques. The new Ground Control Network was also supplemented by targeting existing New York State HARN stations data. The Digital Aerial Triangulation (DAT) was performed, primarily, using softcopy workstations and Intergraph's ISPM. DAT solutions were independently reviewed and checked using independent blind control points. Digital Elevation Models (DEM) (mass-points and break-lines) used to support ortho imagery production were created using standard photogrammetric collection techniques on Intergraph's SSK soft copy workstations. The images were then ortho-rectified and using Intergraph's OrthoPro software. Color balancing was performed using both Intergraph's OrthoPro software and Orthovista. Seamless mosaicking was performed by automatic and manual seam line creation using Intergraph's IRASC software and then importing them into OrthoPro for mosaicking. Images were then color balanced again in order to match adjacent counties projects and quality controlled using Intergraph's IRASC, OrthoPro and Adobe PhotoShop software. The seamless mosaic was clipped into tiles using OrthoPro software. The imagery product deliverables are GeoTIFF images with embedded header information describing the required projection, pixel size, tile size and other related data and corresponding world files (.tfw). Final files were then compressed to JPG2000 files (.jp2) with corresponding world files (.j2w) at a compression ratio of 20:1 using Lizard Techs GeoExpress v6.0 software. All .jp2's require MapInfo .tab files.