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Any idea why this happened?

by TukulCR » Fri May 03, 2013 12:11 am

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I set a rectangle of 25 images on 6 rows but somehow papywizard decided to start shifting shots to the left. Any idea why does this happen?

Your insight will be very useful thanks

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by klausesser » Fri May 03, 2013 12:18 am

TukulCR wrote:http://www.virtualtourscr.com/images/kolorforo.jpg

I set a rectangle of 25 images on 6 rows but somehow papywizard decided to start shifting shots to the left. Any idea why does this happen?

Your insight will be very useful thanks

Seems you didn´t really shoot a rectangle . . ;)

If PapyWizard or APG would make an error the house wouldn´t be stitched correctly. But it seems to be correct!
Tell us how you did the shooting in detail, please.
Wich kind of head did you use? Which pattern?

best, Klaus
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by mediavets » Fri May 03, 2013 8:17 am

TukulCR wrote:I set a rectangle of 25 images on 6 rows but somehow papywizard decided to start shifting shots to the left. Any idea why does this happen?

Your insight will be very useful thanks

Trying disabling 'Alternate drive' in the yaw and Pitch plugins.

It will be slower to shoot but as I recall it will avoid the'stepping' issue.

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Alternatively consider purchasing the T&C Toutch controller for Merlin/Panogear.




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by claudevh » Sun May 05, 2013 8:30 am

Check the tension of the bolt into the battery compartment, this is maybe too loose !
Could you turn the head freely with your hand ?
If yes the bolt is too loose ...
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