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Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 3:29 am
by mamoo
Hi.
I just began to use the Panoshoot.I have been controlled by the tablet(Android 4.3) Panogear(firmware 02.07.81).
What I experienced is a movement in the pitch direction extremely slow to movement of Yaw direction.
It is clear the time stamp of pict id = "8" >> pict id = "10" in the code below.
Is this is the mistake of the program Is it a misconfiguration?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
- <panoshoot xml_revision="1.1">
- <header>
- <sessionInfo>
<title />
<Author />
<Comments />
<totalPictures>45</totalPictures>
<totalPicpoints>45</totalPicpoints>
<startTime>2013-11-04T10:36:31.0</startTime>
<endTime>2013-11-04T10:41:53.2</endTime>
<yawSweep min="-36.97" max="36.97" sweep="73.94" />
<pitchSweep min="-13.63" max="11.62" sweep="25.26" />
<location />
</sessionInfo>
- <profile option="1" id="1">
<name>nikon d300s 105mm 風景 昼 ブラ1</name>
- <cameraInfo>
<calculated_fieldOfView horizontal="13.04" vertical="8.71" />
<cameraOrientation>landscape-right</cameraOrientation>
<lens type="rectilinear" focal="105" opticalMulti="1" />
<sensor ratio="3:2" coef="1.50" resolution="12" />
</cameraInfo>
- <timing>
<stabilizationPause>0.3</stabilizationPause>
<obturatorTime>0.25</obturatorTime>
<afterShootPause>0.50</afterShootPause>
</timing>
- <limits>
<yaw min="-180" max="180" />
<pitch min="-90" max="90" />
</limits>
</profile>
- <runner type="mosaic">
<name>d300s 105mm 昼 9*5</name>
<nbPicts horizontal="9" vertical="5" />
<Overlap minimum="25" />
</runner>
- <head_handlers>
<MC_driver version="2.7.129" />
- <panoshoot_driver build="98">
<name>panogear adaptative learning</name>
<fuzzy_params subject_distance="254" units="meters" inertia="lightweight" />
</panoshoot_driver>
</head_handlers>
</header>
- <shoot>
- <pict id="1" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:36:31.0</time>
<position yaw="-36.972" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="2" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:36:36.0</time>
<position yaw="-27.742" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="3" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:36:41.0</time>
<position yaw="-18.499" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="4" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:36:45.9</time>
<position yaw="-9.258" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="5" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:36:50.9</time>
<position yaw="-0.002" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="6" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:36:55.8</time>
<position yaw="9.236" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="7" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:37:00.8</time>
<position yaw="18.479" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="8" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:37:05.7</time>
<position yaw="27.721" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="9" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:37:11.7</time>
<position yaw="36.969" pitch="-13.639" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="10" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:37:40.6</time>
<position yaw="36.969" pitch="-7.329" roll="0" />
</pict>
- <pict id="11" bracket="1">
<time>2013-11-04T10:37:45.6</time>
<position yaw="27.738" pitch="-7.329" roll="0" />
</pict>
............
Omission
............
</pict>
</shoot>
</panoshoot>

The image below shows the setup situation.

Re: Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 11:42 am
by klausesser
mamoo wrote:Hi.
I just began to use the Panoshoot.I have been controlled by the tablet(Android 4.3) Panogear(firmware 02.07.81).
What I experienced is a movement in the pitch direction extremely slow to movement of Yaw direction.
It is clear the time stamp of pict id = "8" >> pict id = "10" in the code below.
Is this is the mistake of the program Is it a misconfiguration?


What i know from the Merlin is that it moves dramatically slow with lenses longer than 100mm.
That´s because the diference between "moveto" and "goto" becomes too narrow the longer the lens is.
So it moves in the slowest speed - for most exactly positioning - all the time.

I experienced acceptable Speeds with lenses up to 85mm, a slow-down with my 105mm and extremely slow moves with my
300mm.
That´s due to the mechanical Limits of it´s - sorry: cheap construction.

The controlling of the head needs to deal with the mechanical Limits.

best, Klaus

btw. your camera isn´t exatly positioned in the verticalaxis . . ;) This will cause massive stich-errors when you use a 105mm lens
focussed somewhat closer than infinity and view the result @100%.

Re: Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:24 pm
by mamoo
Hi Klaus.
That I have pointed out that not the reason the firmware of Merlin. In addition, it is not even of the long lens.
Because, it is moving much faster in Papywizard.
It is clear the time stamp of pict id = "6" >> pict id = "8" in the code below.
I do not think the output code of Pitch direction of Panoshoot is only wrong.
When added bonus, you'll move quickly even "PandroidWiz" of free software.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
- <papywizard version="c">
- <header>
- <general>
<title>Smart illumination Yokohama</title>
<gps>Here goes the location</gps>
<comment>Generated by Papywizard 2.1.21</comment>
</general>
- <shooting mode="mosaic">
<headOrientation>up</headOrientation>
<cameraOrientation>landscape</cameraOrientation>
<stabilizationDelay>0.3</stabilizationDelay>
<counter>492</counter>
<startTime>2013-02-01_11h56m22s</startTime>
<endTime>2013-02-01_12h04m03s</endTime>
</shooting>
- <camera>
<timeValue>0.5</timeValue>
<bracketing nbPicts="1" />
<sensor coef="1.5" ratio="3:2" />
</camera>
- <lens type="rectilinear">
<focal>105.0</focal>
</lens>
- <mosaic>
<nbPicts pitch="7" yaw="7" />
<overlap minimum="0.25" pitch="0.31" yaw="0.29" />
</mosaic>
</header>
- <shoot>
- <pict bracket="1" id="1">
<time>2013-02-01_11h56m38s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="-35.2" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="2">
<time>2013-02-01_11h56m45s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="-25.9" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="3">
<time>2013-02-01_11h56m52s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="-16.6" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="4">
<time>2013-02-01_11h56m59s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="-7.3" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="5">
<time>2013-02-01_11h57m07s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="2.0" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="6">
<time>2013-02-01_11h57m14s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="11.3" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="7">
<time>2013-02-01_11h57m21s</time>
<position pitch="10.6" roll="0.0" yaw="20.6" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="8">
<time>2013-02-01_11h57m28s</time>
<position pitch="4.6" roll="0.0" yaw="20.6" />
</pict>
- <pict bracket="1" id="9">
<time>2013-02-01_11h57m36s</time>
<position pitch="4.6" roll="0.0" yaw="11.3" />
</pict>
...........
Omission
...........
</shoot>
</papywizard>


Best greetings.

Re: Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:37 pm
by mamoo
I will add another.
As a result of experiment with 50mm lens.Panoshoot is super slow movement of Pitch direction in mosaic mode.

Re: Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 9:18 pm
by mamoo
Hi all.

I hope that someone is willing to test this problem.
Another possible problems caused by conversion of Unicode, but I can not be confirmed.

Best greetings.

Re: Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 11:06 pm
by klausesser
mamoo wrote:Hi all.

I hope that someone is willing to test this problem.
Another possible problems caused by conversion of Unicode, but I can not be confirmed.

Best greetings.


Hi!
What do the Panoshoot guys say regarding this issue? Or Kolor, the distributor?

best, Klaus

Re: Movement in the pitch direction is extremely slow

PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:39 am
by mamoo
Hi.
I am hoping that I want working seriously on this issue.
So, have to ask that I can not.