Re: Nikon D700
- On D3, and probably also on the D700, you set "automatic DX cropping
off" just once and it will always interpret your 10.5 (and other DX
lenses) as fullframe lenses. No problem.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Keith Martin <keith@...> wrote:
> You may well have to persuade the camera to use the full sensor when
> using DX lenses. Isn't that a small issue with the Nikon D3, that a
> DX lens will, by default at least, set the camera into a mode that
> only uses the innder DX-sized sensor area?
> In which case, shaved or not, you'd be using something with a
> resolution and sensor area of around 6MP - similar to a D70.
> This can almost certainly be overridden, but how easy is that, and
> does it have to be done every time a DX lens is attached? Or every
> time the camera is turned on with a DX lens fitted? I don't mean to
> put this down, but these are things that are particularly important
> to pano photographers.
> That's pretty close to what I trim down my d200 x 10.5 to anyhow (Iit depends on how you crop the source images.
> use 6880 x 3440).
e.g. with canon 5d / shaved 10.5, if you use a 194 degree circle the
"largest" pano is 6600x3300.
if you use a 141 degree circle, the "largest" pano is 7400x3800.
so yes your d700 will make panos around 7000x3500 with a 10.5 :-)
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Re: Nikon D700
by: "eli20sf" epoblitz@...
<http://profiles.yahoo.com/eli20sf> Tue Jul 1, 2008 9:35 am (PDT) O.K. -
looks like I found it - 6646 x 3323 (from
That's pretty close to what I trim down my d200 x 10.5 to anyhow (I
use 6880 x 3440).
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