I notice you can get 190+ degree circle fisheye lenses for Gopros now
.. they claim 198 degrees
So you can do spherical videos with 2 Gopros
.. more resolution with half a dozen regular Gopros though and exposure blending should be better. If you turned a 2 camera rig around and monitored the output from each camera you could probably find an angle where each camera had approximately the same brightness.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "panovrx" <mediavr@...> wrote:
> There is no raw file access but turning on Protune in the current firmware -- with Protune's reduced compression and redistribution of the sensor data curve in the jpg file -- gives much more post-processing flexibility for handling scene contrast and matching camera videos for stereo or panoramic arrays. For maybe more than you wanted to know about the Protune tech see
> Manual exposure time is not settable currently either remotely or on the camera.
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Lars O. Grobe" <grobe@> wrote:
> > Good to hear that some got their hands on these cameras.. :) Just in
> > case you tried it - did you find whether it is possible to get raw data
> > from the GoPro? And can the exposure time for stills be set remotely?
> > Cheers, Lars.
> > > I bought two Wifi Bacpac kits for my two Gopro cameras yesterday and have been doing some sync tests using both cameras "paired" to a single (wifi) remote control.