Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Stereo-3D Anaglyph Panoramas
- 2009/5/5 Roger D. Williams <roger@...>
> Hi, Rudolpho,I don't think so
> Thanks for the link. The latest issue of Nippon Camera magazine has
> a fairly detailed "first look" review of this camera, and the
> reviewer spent some time on the panorama capability, which he
> found a lot of fun...
> The B&H video gives a good idea of how it works, and clears up one
> thing that wasn't clear from the article: you CAN turn the camera
> into the portrait position to make the most use of the 28mm equiv.
> "wide" end of the zoom to increase the depth of your panoramas,
> although the trade off is a reduced lateral coverage.
> The Japanese reviewer also showed panoramas with an impossibly
> long truck (length generated by panning in the same direction as
> the truck was moving). Very odd, and an effect that would soon
> grow boring...
> I was going to give a resume of the article but people are probably
> better off looking at the B&H video, which give a good idea of
> how it works, and how good the resulting panoramas are.
> My guess is that they will be used for some real estate work, for
> which the quality seems adequate.
They state very clear there that it is ONLY a 224º view !!!
or a 150º vertical
And you can use in vertical mode, BUT for shooting a vertical pano,
and not for a full circle horizontal
Well that's what I understood, but since I'm not a english native like you,
maybe I'm wrong :-)
> Roger W.
> On Wed, 06 May 2009 06:01:52 +0900, Rodolpho Pajuaba <rpajuaba@...>
> > Hey, B&H just sent me their newsletter, and one of the items called my
> > attention:
> > http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/find/newsLetter/Cyber-shot-DSC-HX1.jsp
> > . The new Sony DSC-HX1 apparently has this feature built-in -
> > unfortunately, it has a 28mm-equivalent lens only (widest, I mean), so
> > it'not exactly the same - but I felt it should be a lot of fun to
> > shoot with it.
> > Regards,
> > Rodolpho Pajuaba
> > 2009/5/1 Roger D. Williams <roger@...>:
> >> I seem to remember something said about taking many photos on the way
> >> around the 360 degrees and using only a narrow, central, "slice" of
> >> each to make stitching more successful.
> >> Roger W.
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