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Hello All,

What do you think about this oneshot product? It has a good range (115) but I don't know if with my CP8400 at the max res I can publish good photos (I have seen the gallery and some photos have a bad quality).

I have already agno's head, fisheye, and easyopano software but I'm looking for something very faster to sell my PHOTOTOURS others.

Thanks to anyone who'll answer!

Andrea Giuliano

www.dreamimmobiliare.it - www.fineuro.biz - www.phototour.it


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Hi,

Browsing the internet and several forums, I have read here and there that one-shot lenses are usefull in the way that you won't have any stitching work to do, but one-shot lenses seem to give bad quality images (especially visible in large displays).

Alexandre


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Sure,

3 or more photos are better then 1! But how much bad is the quality? Acceptable or not? I want to sell this service, but made 3/4 photos, stich them, adjust, etc... 1 day work, too much!

Try to visit the gallery in the 0-360 site, the tours made with cp8400, they aren't great but...

Hoping that someone will help me!

Thanks! To Alexandre too!
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Hello Andrea,

I own a 0-360 oneshot lens and the quality is usable for the right situation in a small viewing applet.

Sample at www.smooth360.com/oneshot

Don't expect a lot, but for those non paying - I want it yesterday Real Estate agents it might be what you need.

Purchase via my link here

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Hello Smooth,

I get a page cannot be displayed on your 0360 sample link

Alexandre


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Alexandre,

I have just tested both links and they appear to be fine? Maybe the server was down when you looked? Please try again.

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Uhm, the quality is very poor...

If I'll use my CP8400 at max res and TIFF format? It Will be the same?

How many kb are the photos published? 200?

The vertical FOV is not bad, it's possible to take a picture also in little rooms, like bathrooms.

I have already made some tour, click on PHOTOTOUR in this
page, but they take me 1 day work for each, too much if I want to sell this "service" to the other real estate agencies.

Thanks a lot!

P.S. I'm sorry for my english, I'm italian.
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The quality is what it is. You are photographing a reflection in a mirror (it is not a lens as such). Will make no difference using a 8400 and .tif Shooting .tif is a waste of time you should be shooting RAW (.nef)

As for your question about bathrooms one is clearly shown in the samples.

Regards, Smooth  


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D*MN!

Thanks for the help.

I need to improve my photographer skills...
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Smooth....

For your one shot, what type of camera did you use and at what settings?

 

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Mate, was some time back now!

But I would say Macro Mode, Aperture F8 and Shutter speed to match the lighting conditions.

Regards, Smooth