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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Defishing the Samyang?

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  • Stanislav Paskalev
    I m getting acceptable results using Hugin with (a: 0.01417; b: 0.01164; c: 0), setting photo type to full frame fisheye, fov - 147.9 (hugin expects horizontal
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      I'm getting acceptable results using Hugin with (a: 0.01417; b:
      0.01164; c: 0), setting photo type to full frame fisheye, fov - 147.9
      (hugin expects horizontal fov) and using rectilinear output. Just
      tweak the resulting FOV to your linking :)

      Stanislav Paskalev



      On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 4:02 PM, 1drey <ilyin1drey@...> wrote:
      > It is very easy to defish Samyang with PTGui - just did a few quick tests. Can be done in batch, naturally.
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      > The problem with defished Samyang images is that the quality of resulting image is hardly possible to call acceptable, talking about edge area.
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      > Andrey
      > http://1drey.wordpress.com
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      > PS. I am pleasantly surprised with quality of Samyang construction and by the uniform sharpness of spherical panorama stitched from Samyang source files. The resolution is a tad lower than Nikkor's.
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      > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Erik Krause <erik.krause@...> wrote:
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      >> Am 22.02.2010 12:36, schrieb ptgroup:
      >> > Did anyone ever tried Imagetrends ?
      >> > http://www.imagetrendsinc.com/products/prodpage_hemi.asp
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      >> I doubt it works well with the samyang. It has a unique mapping which is
      >> pretty different to standard fisheyes:
      >> http://michel.thoby.free.fr/SAMYANG/Early%20test%20report.html
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      >> --
      >> Erik Krause
      >> http://www.erik-krause.de
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