RobertV. wrote:"I found some info that suggest that the dimension from base of camera to bcentre of lens axis on the G11 is approx. 29mm - if the G10 is the same you should have no problems."
I have to correct for about 22mm to get the G10 alligned (with the T-adapter), is that what you mean?
RobertV. wrote:"When shooting with longer focal length lenses - and your widest/shortest on the G10 is 28mm (35mm equiv) I believe - then you are quite likely to end up with some 'featureless' images in your image set - such as plain blue sky, or plain whilte walls or ceiling and so on. The XML format data file generated by Papywizard or the Touch Controller and used by APP/APG can handle this issue but (as far as I know) PTGui has no similar capability."
That's exactly the problem I have now (with ptgui), it's a shame really, that ptgui doesn't understand that each set of three pictures should be placed next to eachother... Sometimes I find pieces of the floor on the roof!
RobertV. wrote:"good news" they fixed it with the latest update. PTgui stiTches it correctly now, by using align to grid.
RobertV. wrote:I tested with your pano, auto giga worked perfect with the xml. PTgui lost it in the sky, and there was even some sky on the ground.
Auto giga did tell me that there was a difference between the EXIF and xml focal length.
Auto giga does not have the ability to remove objects from the hdr by using masks like ptgui, perhaps that's something for the future.
RobertV. wrote:Hi Sanje,
I have ordered my panogear 2 days ago, I expect it to be delivered tomorrow or the day after.
I googled MK Panomachine, and I have to say... 1500 euro's is a lot. I paid 685 for the panogear (incl. transport)
Furthermore, the software looks quite different. Cannot see if they also have something similar like XML support.
I will tell how things went with both my Canon G10 and Nikon D7000.
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