Steve, I have been doing some 180 degrees PTGui panorama from my P45 + 35 H2 lens without any problems OTOH I have used in C1 processed TIFFS only 5120Message 1 of 3 , Aug 1, 2007View SourceSteve,
I have been doing some 180 degrees PTGui panorama from my P45 + 35 H2 lens
without any problems
OTOH I have used in C1 processed TIFFS only 5120 pixels of whole 7230 height
but I don't see why the whole width wouldn't work .
IMHO The file looks more crispy and smooth but the difference is not Huge against 5D files .
I would certainly give it a try if the image is to be printed really large .
Hi Steve, I used a Hasslelblad H2 with a P45 back to create a 600 megapixel spherical panorama as a test. I had to output each of the three rows individuallyMessage 1 of 3 , Aug 1, 2007View SourceHi Steve,
I used a Hasslelblad H2 with a P45 back to create a 600 megapixel
spherical panorama as a test. I had to output each of the three rows
individually and then used xblend to blend the final image. So I
think PTGui on a decent Mac/PC should easily be able to handle it.
On 1 Aug 2007, at 08:18, stevenatownsend wrote:
> Normally I use my Canon 5D and the 10.5 or 15mm lens for my panos but
> I also have a Cambo WDS and a Schneider 24mm lens/ and Mamiya AFD with
> a P45 digital back. I wondered if anyone has used a digital back with
> PTGui. The P45 is a 39 million pixel back and the lens is equivalent
> to a 17mm so will need about 8 images to output a cylindrical pano.
> Will the software cope with this in its highest resolution? Am I
> likely to come up against any other problems?
> I just installed one of my panos 6 metres long in a restaurant taken
> with the 5D and 'just' the 15mm lens which was pretty amazing in
> quality so not sure why I need to bother!!! I just have this kit, the
> P45 and I thought it might be awesome for larger installations.. The
> dynamic range of these medium format backs are much better also.
> Regards to you all
> Steve Townsend