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Excuse my      
ignorance but ... what is ? nadir, zenith and NP ?

See my test for 3 shots
http://www.calibred.com/testep/IMG_1.jpg
http://www.calibred.com/testep/IMG_2.jpg
http://www.calibred.com/testep/IMG_3.jpg  
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It will be that I am missed the alignment of the elements of imgm or configurations of the program? Necessary to change something in its configurations standards? Configurations in camera? HELP ME please!

In this test of pano that I made as I correct the lack of the ceiling and soil?

http://www.calibred.com/testep/pano.jpg  
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#24

Looking at your images it would appear you haven't removed the lens cap ring on the Sigma 8mm.

The lens cap on the Sigma is two part. 1x Clip in and 1x Push on. You must remove both. Otherwise you are limiting the lens FOV.

Regards, Smooth


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Quote: Originally posted by eudanck on September-12-2007
Excuse my      
ignorance but ... what is ? nadir, zenith and NP ?


Nadir is Floor/Ground/Bottom

Zenith is Sky/Ceiling/Up

NP = Nodal Point (this is NOT the rotation point as has been falsely reported for many years)

NPP = No Parallax Point

Regards, Smooth


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#26

It appears he needs to remove the lens cap.  Looking at the single images... I can see ridge rings out at the end of the photo. 

These ridge rings are on the inside of the lens cap ring when you remove the flat cap disk.

This is a common issue.. so I made these photos.


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