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In the panorama field, hardware is also part of the success. You can discuss here about it: camera, computer, pano head, anything
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interesting rig:

by klausesser » Sat Jun 20, 2015 6:57 pm


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Re: interesting rig:

by zhiker » Mon Jun 29, 2015 5:40 pm

One big question, how does one cover a 25% overlap for pano's with this setup?
Just curious is all, like to hear your comments on this. zhiker.........

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Re: interesting rig:

by mediavets » Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:12 pm

zhiker wrote:One big question, how does one cover a 25% overlap for pano's with this setup?
Just curious is all, like to hear your comments on this. zhiker.........

You won't have such a large overlap.

Just as the three cropped sensor DSLR plus fisheye lenses rig from Agno's does not:
http://www.agnos.com/prodotti.htm?v_lin ... 0005-P0509

However panos shot with this rig are stitchable with APP/APG - you can find some sample images here:
http://www.agnos.com/samples.htm?v_ling ... SD03-M0302

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Re: interesting rig:

by itsrichphoto » Sun Jul 05, 2015 5:56 pm

it looks like a full frame sony. Not sure what the lens is, but it looks shaved (badly) I think I can make out samyang...


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