On Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:27:48 +0900, panovrx <mediavr@...
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Roger D. Williams" <roger@...>
>> It's a great idea, and the results speak for themselves. I must say
>> I feel a bit dubious about allowing an expensive camera and lens to
>> flop about on the end of a pole. <grin>
>> Which technique did you use to eliminate you, holding the pole, in
>> the nadir position?
>> Roger W.
> Here is the nadir view as it came out of the stitcher (from the 2nd
That's a very small footprint. I could live with that...
> the camera on the down row views past the nadir quite a bit so the
> down stitching can be very correct if the nodality is accurate
Well I would say you have it spot on.
> ... the spinner itself on this rig has a very small profile
> ... I used normal cloning etc methods here
> re safety ... mmm ... it worries me too ... I did quite a few dry
> runs on grass
And not all at the top of the pole, I bet.
Thanks for the info. If my fingers weren't all thumbs and my
brain wasn't tool challenged, I would want to make one of those!