Now it is public and the very much discussed movie feature seems very
interesting to me.
(the japanese 5D movie page was down for a while, but it's one of the
Beside traditional movie clips (you'd might be better off with a
designated video cam), I'm thinking of panoramas with live parts. This
must be easier to achieve now, I suppose. Just take the usual single
shots for the panorama and take a video sequence of the desired part
with the same lens, correct NP, same light etc. There still is this
issue with reduced resolution of the movie, but still, if you don't
take a 3 shot 8mm panorama, you might well have a nice result.
I don't know how to make a live panorama out of this yet, but
shouldn't that be possible?
Interesting times ahead :-)
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Joost Nieuwenhuijse <imim@...> wrote:
> It was announced this morning:
> Joost Nieuwenhuijse wrote:
> > Also, Canon are expected to release the successor to the 5D any
> > according to the rumours it will be 21 or 24 megapixel full frame.
> > that with a 15mm fisheye..
> > Joost
> > Jeffrey Martin wrote:
> >> "When Canon answered the rumor calls with its official unveiling
> >> 15.1-megapixel EOS
> >> it failed to nail down an exact release date. Thankfully, Circuit
> >> informed us that "October" really means "October 6th," and the
> >> is up for pre-order right now for $1,399.99 (body only) /
> >> with EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM zoom lens). Just over a
fortnight to wait
> >> -- surely you can twiddle your thumbs until then, yeah?"
> >> http://feeds.engadget.com/~r/weblogsinc/engadget/~3/393465483/
> >> :-) anyone care to calculate the size of a 8mm sigma pano using this
> >> monster?
> >> I wonder when we'll reach the resolution limit of the 8mm lens....
> > ------------------------------------