tamiro wrote:What is the total mass/weight of the camera body and lens? --- 2.5 KG
What sort of panoramic scene(s) do you wish to photograph? Distant landscape from a high vantage point? --- yap. a distant landscape
Do you shoot as a hobby or are you a pro photographer? cant say.. you can see here http://www.360vr.tamiror.com
What is your max. budget for a robotic pano head? 1000 EURO
Artisan S. wrote:A Gigapan pro bot should do the trick quite nicely....especially if Gpixel pano's of the non spherical variety are your piece of cake...spherical and the Gigapan is sort of a no no, since it can't reduce the number of shot in the nadir/zenith region.
I would check whether I could use my 300 F4 in the portrait position though (physical I mean, since shooting portrait is advisable in order to minimize stretching).
tamiro wrote:if the panogear can work with the D300s+ a 300 mm lens
that good for me
(i wood like to calibrate the equipment to the NNP)
Artisan S. wrote:(physical I mean, since shooting portrait is advisable in order to minimize stretching).
mediavets wrote:I've no idea what the NPP for a 300mm lens on a D300S would be.
mediavets wrote:Whether you couild do so on any of the robotic pano heads we've mentioned I don't know.
mediavets wrote:Unless you have some subjects in a (distant landscape) scene closer than about 100m then it's generally not considered important to mount the camera lens at the NPP because parallax will not be an issue.
It's said to be more important to mount the camera/lens close to the centre of mass to ease the load on the tilt/pitch motor and gears.
tamiro wrote:HansKeesom wrote:Tamiro,
How much RAM do you have in the computer you want to proces the pnorama on?
im going to by a new computer
with win 7 64 bit
and 16 GIGA of RAM
but that not the issue here
klausesser wrote:But you also need perfect matching the NPP if you shoot close-ups of paintings.
HereÂ´s one shot using a 85mm: www.360impressions.de/MKPBild1 (test-version - the frameÂ´s shadow needs to be softened).
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