54093Re: NN M1 precision
- May 1, 2012greetings!
that is indeed "astonishingly good...", but it may also be slightly misleading.
when looking at images such as these, in the context of discussions on equipment, people sometimes forget the most important component of the chain: the human behind it all. just because the honorable johnh can get these results, does not mean that i, using the same equipment, would get equally good results. i know you know this, but perhaps a reminder is not out of order...
ps: john, why do you shower before and after making panoramas in the garden?! ;-)
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Roger D. Williams" <roger@...> wrote:
> On Tue, 01 May 2012 02:43:23 +0900, John Houghton
> <j.houghton@...> wrote:
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Robert Lesac <robert@> wrote:
> >> So you people with NN M1, how repeatable do you find the setup?
> >> Good enough for template stitching?
> > Yesterday, I tried making a template with a panorama shot in the garden
> > (bewteen showers!). I then used the template to stitch a panorama which
> > I shot in my kitchen. That came out ok, which was encouraging: no
> > visible stitching errors. Today, I packed the tripod, M1L head and
> > camera in a back pack and shot some panoramas at the river Ouse at
> > Barford, and they, too came out rather well. This is one (no control
> > points, and straight out of PTGui):
> > http://www.johnhpanos.com/barf-no-cps.htm
> > I took a viewpoint nadir shot but that was left out of the stitch shown
> > here. The camera was Canon 5DII + Canon 8-15mm fisheye at 15mm.
> > Tripod: Feisol CT3441S.
> That really is astonishingly good for a pure template-generated panorama
> with no control points. I wish there were some way for templates to work
> with hand-held monopod sequences. <wry grin>
> Roger W.
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