yiorgos wrote:Klaus, have you actually shot a pano with a 8mm fisheye lens on a 2.5-3sec continuous rotation?
yiorgos wrote:In my tests it looked pretty sharp . .
yiorgos wrote:The point is to be able to capture fast action and street panos if one so chooses. If your ultimate concern is sharpness you can also use it to leisurely shoot supersharp bracketed scenes with a tripod.
yiorgos wrote:The trick to avoid ghosts on a fast rotation is to shoot more images than you actually need.
So, if you need 4 images, shoot 8 or even 12 if your camera can handle it.
Then pick and choose the ones that fit best without ghosts.
yiorgos wrote:The point is the motorized head can work the way you like.
klausesser wrote:...but what advantage gives a motorized head in speed-mode when you need to shoot lots of more images - which takes more time?? None.
klausesser wrote:Besides: i like your construction! Very well done!
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