The $400, 96 Megapixel Panoramic Camera ....  

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The $400, 96 Megapixel Panoramic Camera ....

by mediavets » Thu Jun 12, 2014 6:38 am

The $400, 96 Megapixel Panoramic Camera ....

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Re: The $400, 96 Megapixel Panoramic Camera ....

by tkmaster » Fri Nov 28, 2014 6:15 pm

Hmm, could you upload some demo pictures to test with autopano?

I'm trying to build something equal with cheaper Canon cameras, but I'm afraid of parallaxis errors.
I bet, these will get worse on near objects, won't they?

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Re: The $400, 96 Megapixel Panoramic Camera ....

by mediavets » Fri Nov 28, 2014 7:43 pm

tkmaster wrote:I'm trying to build something equal with cheaper Canon cameras, but I'm afraid of parallaxis errors.
I bet, these will get worse on near objects, won't they?


This setup works because it's being used to shoot outdoor partial pano scenes with a HFOV of much less than 360 degrees with nothing too close to the camera(s) in which situation parallax is not an issue.


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