The paper presents an evaluation of the geometric quality of true-ortho images, which are generated using the Inpho software. The cartometric properties of such products are the function of the accuracy of the Digital Surface Model (DSM) geometric description. The results presented summarise the research work done within the project “Investigation of the quality of true-orthophoto images with respect to source data used for their generation”, financed by the Scientific Research Committee. The project was carried out in the Department of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and GIS of Warsaw University of Technology, and the results of the project are presented here. The buildings were reconstructed following two variants: (1) in the form of GRID, using ALS source data and in the process of automatic matching of digital photographs, and (2) in the form of TIN generated from measurements with the Image Station (stereo-digitising process) and coding vector data in the MicroStation environment. Various forms of initial data allowed to answer the question concerning the influence of the means of measurement on accuracy of the final cartometric properties of the generated products, as well as on the effectiveness and efficiency of particular technological solutions. Evaluation of cartometric properties of generated true-orthophoto images, resulting from various initial data, has been performed by monoplotting of buildings outlines and comparing them with the reference data.