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My First 360 Town Website

Ive compiled a tour of our local town with full screen qtvr's and tw tours.

http://www.360southwell.co.uk

All comments are greatly appreciated (good or bad)

Kind regards

Crafty

 


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2006-06-05
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Hello,

What material did you use to create your tour? What camera, lense, tripod do you have ?

Regards,


Alexandre G.
MSN: agagnaire@chablinet.com
Nikon D50 - Nikkor 10.5mm - NN3 - Manfrotto055CLB - Panoweaver 4.0 - Tourweaver 2.0
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Hi Alexandre

The tour on the town Images page is made using Tourweaver and ALOT of help from RuddersUK. I use a canon 350d, sigma 8mm lens and manfrotto tripod with a manfrotto quick leveller and agnos mctps rotator (highly reccomend agnos!)

Kind regards

Crafty


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2006-06-26
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Just got some NN3's and can definatley recommend them. Very light, Sturdy, very easy to set up and use and a bargain compared to most other pano heads out there.

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Hi,

First, my english is bad... :)
I have a Canon 300D(Rebel) and need buy a kit for use the Panowear for 360 photos.
Im fron brazilian and here the $ is UP!!! so, i need pay a little for kit!
I mount this kit:

- Sigma 8mm F4 EX DG Fisheye
- Kiwi Panoramic Tripod Head
- Bogen / Manfrotto 3001N

are correct? NODAL ninja is better of KIWI(KAIDAN) ? for my camera canon 300d?
this tripod?

see in the www.bhphotovideo.com examples to buy.... this place is unique for import procucts to Brazil...


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Hello Crafty,

I dream about the sigma lense and the 350D, but my budget is limited and the software are expensive enough...  I read only good opinions about Agnos and i will go for a manfrotto tripod. I found a website that still sells the coolpix 8400 (very rare).

I am just worried a little about stitching but it should be ok with some practice and with making good shootings.

Regards, Alexandre

Quote: Originally posted by Crafty on June-06-2006


Hi Alexandre

The tour on the town Images page is made using Tourweaver and ALOT of help from RuddersUK. I use a canon 350d, sigma 8mm lens and manfrotto tripod with a manfrotto quick leveller and agnos mctps rotator (highly reccomend agnos!)

Kind regards

Crafty



Alexandre G.
MSN: agagnaire@chablinet.com
Nikon D50 - Nikkor 10.5mm - NN3 - Manfrotto055CLB - Panoweaver 4.0 - Tourweaver 2.0
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Nodal Ninja is a better cheaper choice for a panohead.

Sigma 8mm is fine for the job and the 3001N will also be fine.

Your English is better then my Brazilian! (lol)

Regards, Smooth