panorama software,virtual tour software
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2007-08-21
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FC-E8, FC-E9

Hi

What are the best cameras for each one of this lenses?

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Luis
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Hi

I do not know the best camera, but I can tell you that I have been very happe and I have gotten great results using a nikon coolpix 8700 with the fc-e9 lense. You can see a fullscreen example of this set-up here: http://www.wideeyes.dk/temp/politikken/folketinget.swf 

I especially like the fact that you can turn the small lcd screen.

But please notice I have no experience with any other set ups so I can not compare with any thing.  

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Morten Andersen


Best regards

Morten Andersen
- a newbie trying to improve
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Very nice panorama Morten. How many shots?2, 3?

Do you think the 8700 coolpix works well for the real estate work (almost indoor pictures ... in small spaces)?

Where (online shop) can I buy the 8700 (in Portugal I only find the coolpix 5.000) and the FC-E9?

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Luis
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if you are interesting in buying an 8800 coolpix kit complete with fc e9 fisheye agnos head and tripod i have one. This is ideal kit to start shotting 360 and perfect for indoor pictures also with only 3 shoots. I used for outdoor too zooming the camera and shotting 6 pictures + top and bottom.


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Hi LAfecto

I took 8x3 pictures meaning that I took both under and over exposed images and combined them in Photomatix.

I have made tours of 2 houses. No problem.

I am sorry but I do not know where you can buy the set up.

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Morten


Best regards

Morten Andersen
- a newbie trying to improve