Re: One shot panoramas
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Mihai Stanescu" <mihai.stanescu@...> wrote:
>Yes, my company offers the GoPano optic:
> Hello all
> I was interested in knowing what kind of hardware do you use when you
> need to make panoramas that contain a lot of moving subjects.
> (festivals for example)
> After some research I found O-360 optical system. Are there other
> similar optical systems?
We were selling our optics under the 360 One VR brand with Kaidan. This is the latest
design and is an EyeSee360 product.
We include PhotoWarp with every optic we sell, which has more capabilities than the 0-360
bundled software, including batch processing.
>-----Original Message-----Absolutely! Good thing I had a steady hand when I shot this:
>From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
>Behalf Of Jeffrey Martin
>Sent: Friday, January 02, 2009 5:36 AM
>Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: One shot panoramas
>with the camera straight above your head.
>all panos in the area of the farmers market (and most in havana in fact)
>pano heads are overrated ;))
- Here's a monopod shot I did on the stage of a small night club in Seattle during a
performance of the band "Babyland" from L.A. -they do a mix of percussion and electronic
music- hence all the sparks from the hand held metal grinder :)
They were moving around so much, it was very tricky to get the pieces together (had to go
around multiple times).
Nikon D300 w/10.5mm
- Sometime around 2/1/09 (at 21:58 +0000) bohonus said:
>it was very tricky to get the pieces together (had to go aroundIt has to be said that this is precisely the problem that the
one-shot lens/mirrors don't suffer from. I wish this didn't have to
also mean being restricted to one shot's set of pixels.