Virtual tour with pictures from my hexacopter  

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Virtual tour with pictures from my hexacopter

by Virtuel Rundtur » Fri Jul 12, 2013 7:49 am

http://virtuelrundtur.dk/blushoj/#/luftfoto2

This is my latest tour, created for a camping site called Blushà¸j Camping, placed in Denmark, Ebeltoft.

Pictures on ground are taken with a Nikon D7100 and my Sigma 8mm lens

Aerial pictures are taken from my hexacopter, with a Samsung NX1000 and a Samyang fisheye lens.

Comments are welcome....

Enjoy!

Cheers

Henrik
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by Octavias » Fri Jul 19, 2013 7:19 pm

Really cool!

What is the shooting /stitching technique you used?

Also, how much did you spend on your hexacopter?

I would really love to get into aerial VTs

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by mediavets » Fri Jul 19, 2013 7:37 pm

Virtuel Rundtur wrote:Aerial pictures are taken from my hexacopter, with a Samsung NX1000 and a Samyang fisheye lens.

Comments are welcome....

Enjoy!

Cheers

Henrik

Love the heli shots.

Are there any regulations about flying these things in Denmark?
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by Destiny » Sat Jul 20, 2013 1:59 am

The aerial pano is probably the best I have ever seen.. Sharp as.. Well done..

What is your camera and lens..

I saw on TV a small helicopter hovering over the ship that run-aground last year..
Too many restrictions in Aus to even consider buying one...

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