Does anyone have spherical panos online, shot with panasonic micro 4/3 and the new panasonic 8mm fisheye? Jeffrey Martin tel. +420 608 076 502 / skypeMessage 1 of 95 , Oct 29, 2010View SourceDoes anyone have spherical panos online, shot with panasonic micro 4/3 and
the new panasonic 8mm fisheye?
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An interesting capability of the Panasonic GH2 is its 40 fps 4k jpg 1 sec burst capacity http://vimeo.com/19016152 .. GH2 has a highest shutter speed of 1/4000Message 95 of 95 , Jan 24, 2011View SourceAn interesting capability of the Panasonic GH2 is its 40 fps 4k jpg 1 sec burst capacity
.. GH2 has a highest shutter speed of 1/4000 and this might be just fast enough to shoot 360s with a 1 sec continuous rotation device. If you could sync two GH2s in this mode (electronic shutter -- not mechanical -- but with lots of rolling shutter distortion apparently) with 2 8mms say - gives you 360 stereo panoramas in one second.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Fulvio Senore <mailing@...> wrote:
> Il 19/01/2011 16.56, John Riley ha scritto:
> > On Jan 19, 2011, at 3:07 AM, Wim Koornneef wrote:
> >> Thanks for sharing, I looked at the first and the last image and I am
> >> suprised to see that there is hardly any CA visible.
> > I am guessing that there must be in-camera CA correction. I wonder if the corrections are being shared with Olympus?
> Yes, micro four-thirds cameras have automatic correction. This is part
> of the format "philosophy".
> It is applied in-camera for jpegs and by most raw processors for raw images.
> AFAIK Panasonic corrects distortion, vignetting and CA.
> It seems to me that panasonic lenses will not have CA correction with
> Olympus bodies, but I am not sure. I read something about it some time
> ago and I am not sure that I remember it correctly.
> Fulvio Senore