I am using a 105 AIS with my new Nikon D700 ... Autopano consider my 105 as being a fisheye lens ... how should I correct the exifs so that autopano stop considering my 105 as being fisheye ... ? Thanks for help !
For images within a group EXIF data can be changed by clicking the settings icon in the group window (the left pointing hand) and going to the right hand side field 'Lens type' and there changing Fisheye to Standard - this will apply to all the images in a group.
APP is supported by two files 'cameras.txt' and 'lensid.txt' - for Windows at least these can be found in Program Files | Kolor | [APP version name folder ] | resources.
I have looked in the latest version of those files I have (under the APG Alpha) for both your D700 and the lens you mention - and found neither.
The standard way of notifying a new camera is, under the settings window described above, click the link to email@example.com which will generate an email.
Note for Kolor team: do you want to add anything about this equipment? Could we have a sticky post, perhaps in 'Using Autopano', giving authoritative advice about notifying cameras and lenses not in these support files.
I'm pretty sure, it's due to the D700 that is not decoding well the exif. We need to decode the crypted makernote to be able to correct that. BTW : 4 or 5 images from this D700 totally unretouched would be great. Use our ftp to send them to us.