Artisan New wrote:
Why you need Joseph to send you a formula, don't they teach calculus in Germany? If Angela Merkel saw this she would be most disappointed in you Klaus
Our "beloved Angela"
is a quantum physicican by profession (or is she a chancellor professionally . . ?). IÂ´d not be surprised about she can calculate really good.
(did it hep the economy? Well - itÂ´s not soo bad, ok)
I graduated in audio-engineering - some 40 years ago in the US - and studied photography (without a degree - being able to make a living from it and being successfull is graduation enough i mean . .
Calculations lÂ´m used to leave to the professionals.
Artisan New wrote:
Lets say a full circle take 3.6 seconds.....thats 3600 milliseconds and 1/1000th of a second = 1 millisecond. Now lets take this further (slowly). In 3600 milliseconds the device makes a full circle that is 360 degrees. Now comes the hard part....360/3600 = 1/10 of a degree of blur. He's using a FE with a lateral FOV of about 95 to 100 degrees...which is depicted on a Canon sensor....with about 3600 pixels on the which means 95 degrees (lets say 100 degrees) are smeared out over 3600 pixels = about 36 pixels per degree....aka a smear of 3 to 4 pixels....not pin sharp....but for most non critical cases like Google and Real Estate brokering usable (you can limit the zoom in KRPANO Klaus you don't HAVE to go to 100% as you probably know). At 1/4000 it's pin sharp....and our shapy is living in Greece....and the light in Athens does not compare to the light in Düsseldorf Klaus....
So now I have to design a new door for an appartment building (the one Iive in actually).
Thanks for the calculation, Ed. But i meant a flexible formula for doing the calc by VARIABLE setting focal-length, sensor-size and -resolution, Pixelpitch, circling time for example.
I guess it all comes clearer to the excited user when he/she learns about the pure facts about what they do.
Of course you not always need to get tack-sharp images at high resolution. But then you also can use a very small and very lightweight and cheap compact-camera instead of a DSLR, can you.
Because you most likely not ALWAYS know in advance that you do NOT need high quality - what if it suddenly becomes a demand? And you canÂ´t provide it? Re-shooting teh same thing? Waiting for the same light/weather?
Sorry - iÂ´m a professional. Professionals are sober and precise thinking people - always taking in account MurphyÂ´s law . . .
btw: about Athens - they have owls already . .