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2007-06-27
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Finding the No parallax point of your lens and pan head setup is probably the 1st  task you want to successfully complete.  If you don't have this fixed first... stitching your images will become tedious at best.

while the cameras and pan head might be different than yours the process is the same for all DSLR's and fisheye lenses.

http://360texas.com/services/software/agnos/index.htm


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http://360texas.com/services/software/agnos/index.htm

Learn how to locate, index mark the no parallax point first !


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Thanks Dave, I went to your link and am still just as confussed as before.  Which set-up would I use with the Nikon 8700 and fc-e9??
Nikon D300, D3s, Nikon 10.5 lens, RingT105N+Footplate+MrotatorTCPs, Giottos MT9261 Tripod, Manfrotto 410 Jr geared head.

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#15

If you are using a FC-E9 then all you need do is purchase a www.agnos.com MrotatorB Panohead it is 100% NPP (Entrance Point) found. Mount your lens and start shooting. Simple as that!

Regards, Smooth