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2007-01-24
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sigma 8mm in 3 shots

Hello, I use a Nikon D70s with the Sigma 8mm and i was wondering if it is possible to develope a pan from  3 shots on a landscape head. I have tried this in Panoweaver but a get a faint black arc shaped lines on the seams even after devignetting. Im trying to reduce my editing time and the fov is adequate with the 8mm in landscape.

 

ray


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2007-01-30
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Hi Ray

I know you are useing a 303sph head with your D70 and 8 mm. You may like to look at this thread it could be usefull to you.

http://www.easypano.com/forum/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=1&TopicID=1916&PagePosition=1

Best Regards

Jonpaul


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Jonpaul
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2007-01-24
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Hello Ray,

Panoweaver is designed for images to be shot in portrait mode using a Nikon D70s DSLR not landscape. All that is needed really is four shots in rotation at 90 degrees in portrait mode.

Although you are getting some sort of a result, it was never intended for that use.

If you want to run with the grain most people around here are willing to help. Going against it - not so much -.

Regards, Smooth


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Quick tip I learned from the experts here on the board is to tip up by 5-10 degrees to ensure good overlap on the top.  Then, cleanup the seams with photoshop.

Thanks,
eagle