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PostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:54 pm 
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http://microsites.lomography.de/spinner-360/

if a christmas present is (still) needed...
maybe an idea: the lomo spinner 360...

... just pull the cord ;-))
Georg

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gkaefer wrote:
http://microsites.lomography.de/spinner-360/

if a christmas present is (still) needed...
maybe an idea: the lomo spinner 360...

... just pull the cord ;-))
Georg

Hah!! :D Cute, very cute!

best, Klaus

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Yes Georg... I had been checking that out last week.. There are a few of them where you can pull a string... but pity its real film... There is a 3D version of this too...

http://www.opticsplanet.net/lomsupcamyel.html

The Horizon camera looks really cool. ...

Destiny....

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oh and PS... you have probably seen this but just incase you haven't... you can get lots of lenes for your iPhone now.. from huge zoom lenses to 360 lens... some not so good.. but this one look really good.... http://photojojo.com/store/awesomeness/iphone-dot-pano-lens/

Destiny...

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You might like this one Georg... http://www.japantrendshop.com/pixeet-fisheye-lens-for-iphone-3g-p-1156.html
There are heaps of lenses for iPhones,,,,, and http://www.newlaunches.com/archives/pixeet_brings_panorama_lens_kit_for_iphone.php

D..

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Dou you both know the free iPhone-App from Microsoft which is called "Photosynth". It´s a fully automated panoramaphoto tool.
I did a pano just for fun - without Nadir and Zenith (because of heavy raining) - in two minutes by hand:

http://www.klausesser.de/Gemeindezentrum/

It´s not perfect of course - but a nice toy.

best and good nite, Klaus

P. S.: i shot it at beginning darkness.

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eemm... not to bad... :D

Destiny..

klausesser wrote:
Dou you both know the free iPhone-App from Microsoft which is called "Photosynth". It´s a fully automated panoramaphoto tool.
I did a pano just for fun - without Nadir and Zenith (because of heavy raining) - in two minutes by hand:

http://www.klausesser.de/Gemeindezentrum/

It´s not perfect of course - but a nice toy.

best and good nite, Klaus

P. S.: i shot it at beginning darkness.

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