Jimmy101 wrote:I am looking for some advice on which camera to buy for photographing panoramas.
I have narrowed it down to two cameras that are in my price range.
The Canon 6d or the Nikon D610
Can anyone recommend one over the other for panorama photography?
It is mainly for indoor panoramas if that helps with any advice.
mediavets wrote:The AEB range of most DSLRs is not really adequate for pano photography espceially interiors, so you could also consider adding a Promote Control to your kit list:
http://www.promotesystems.com/products/ ... ntrol.html
Jimmy101 wrote:Thank you all for the great response.
I hadn’t realize how important bracketing was for interior panoramas. Time to go and read a few more reviews and see how both perform with bracketed photos.
Hello Mediavets, I was thinking of getting the Sigma 8mm f3.5 Circular Fisheye, not the Canon 8-15mm fisheye.
Is the any reason I shouldn’t get the Sigma?
Or a better question, why should I get the canon over the Sigma and is it worth the £450 more?
Jimmy101 wrote:Time to go and read a few more reviews and see how both perform with bracketed photos.
klausesser wrote:Jimmy101 wrote:Time to go and read a few more reviews and see how both perform with bracketed photos.
View the performance of 3 steps @2EV here:
Could have the outdoor light through the windows more equalized - but i think it shouldnt be overdone.
Canon 5D2, Canon 2,8/15mm fisheye.
HansKeesom wrote: I understand Nikons don't always have 2EV bracketing therefore need to look for 5 step bracketing to achieve the same result.
HansKeesom wrote:Nice appartment though, beautifull floor and stylish furnuture!
Jimmy101 wrote:Does anyone have any experience with the Sigma 15mm?
Is there any problem with the hood when trying to make a Panorama?
HansKeesom wrote:If you go full frame you might need better lenses then when doing APS-C.
I am not shooting FF so someone who does should confirm that glass/lenses need to be better.
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