- 1 Luxuriant Greenery:
Here is a splendid tropical garden on Madeira made earlier this month.
Six shots round with pruned 10.5/full-frame Nikon/360p Atome pano head. No zenith or nadir shots needed.
2 Old lenses:
All of my nikons (D200 onwards) can take older nikon fit lenses using the 'non-cpu lens data' settings which allows me to save settings for up to 9 old lenses once the focal length & max aperture have been entered.
John Law ARPS
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- Hello John,
Thanks for sharing your fine pano.
The way you shot it is my preffered method of making large numbers of panos,
6 around, no topshot or nadir patch and batch stitching of the images.
The only difference is that I set the legs of the tripod very close together
to hide them as much as possible behind the footprint of the rotator and
covering the footprint of the rotator with a logo. The adding of the logo is
also done in batch processing.
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