Re: [PanoToolsNG] Camera pole plans/design specs?
- På Mon, 31 Jan 2011 15:41:53 +0100, skrev Peter <peter@...>:
> Do you have plans or design specs for a home-made pole on which I can mount a DSLR with fisheye lens and take VRs with a remote shutter release? Care to share it here?Here's an alternative "panohead" made from RAM mount parts: http://www.flickr.com/photos/38289500@N06/sets/72157621884477593/
Very flexible, and can be mounted on any pole (or any other object).
Window cleaner poles (pro) and pool cleaner poles are good for longer poles.
Bjørn K Nilssen - http://bknilssen.no - 3D and panoramas.
- On 2011-01-31 10:41 AM, Peter wrote:
> Do you have plans or design specs for a home-made pole on which I can mount a DSLR with fisheye lens and take VRs with a remote shutter release? Care to share it here?I still use the paint brush holder that is an accessory for the painters pole to
hold my camera on the pole.
With the distance to subject that using a pole creates it is not as important to
have the camera exactly on the NPP. For balancing on the top of the pole it is
better to position the camera so it is at the center of gravity.
I am using a Fullframe camera and 10mm fisheye. 6, +1, +1 . Camera & lens that
capture full circle will have a different setup and are more forgiving.
I found that rotating the camera 30°, and tilting down a bit to capture most of
the the nadir caused more problems than it fixed. I always captured a separate
nadir shot anyway.
Particularly for crowd scenes where you want to get most of the nadir as fast as
possible, tilt the camera down a bit but do not rotate the camera.
Two options to fill in the zenith.
1 - Lower the camera, tilt it up 90° and raise it again.
2 - If the camera is tilted down a bit and not too tall, step aside, with pole
at an angle raise the camera to original position, shoot nadir and zenith. If
the camera was tilted more than a few degrees then it might be necessary to take
two zenith shots to fill in the whole.
For triggering the camera I use a wireless remote that comes in two parts,
transmitter and receiver, has a range of 100 meters.
- Sorry for the delay.
2011/1/31 Peter <peter@...>
> Do you have plans or design specs for a home-made pole on which I can mount
> a DSLR with fisheye lens and take VRs with a remote shutter release? Care to
> share it here?
> Thanks in advance.
> Note to Willy: No Viaga jokes, please.
L.D.I. Felipe B. Gonz�lez C.
Socio Director Maquetas Virtuales www.maquetasvirtuales.com
Socio Director Recorridos Virtuales www.recorridosvirtuales.com
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