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Hello, just purchased and i tried it today and my picture is not lined up completely.  can someone offer me help how to fix this.  i took  two shoots of a room to do a simple stich. Thanks in advance.

 


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what camera equipment, lens, and software are you using?

also, explain your work process so we can see if you need to

adjust something.


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it's true that there are too many reasons.Screen shot or panorama will be of help.
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Do you have a panorama head to rotate the lens around the No Parallax Point (NPP)?

If not your need a MrotatorA from www.agnos.com this will suit the Nikon FC-E8 Fisheye lens perfectly.

Regards, Smooth 


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Yes I agree... Agno's Mrotator A should work fine.

See a .pdf test results for Nikon 990 and Mrotator A.:

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


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yes i do.  i have the ipix rotator
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Without having a pair of image shot with your set-up it is hard to know where you are going wrong. If you can place a matching set online or email them to me I will test them and give you the correct settings for future reference.

Regards, Smooth


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smooth, i got a message that your private message is fully
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when shooting should i use the natural light or use lights in the room?  which works best.
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also when shooting, i notice that my ceiling is lighter on one side and darker on the other and my tipod is in the picture.  how do you fix that?