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2007-08-21
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Agnos Ring T8s

Hi

If I want to take 4 shots every 90 degree (with canon 40D+sigma 8mm 3,5 mm), I suppose I can attach the RingT8s directly to the MrotatorTB (as I saw in the one post of 360texas) ?

But when I stitch those pictures in panoweaver what will happen to the nadir and zenith?

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Luis
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Hi Lafecto,  not much will happen actually.  RingT attached to the TB.

With the RingT I would make sure you have found the No Parallax Point.. meaning move the camera forward and backward inside the RingT. 

Once you have found the NPP you will see a small pin hole in the top zenith.  The way to fix this is to loosen the RingT screw a little bit and tilt the lens up and tighten the screw while the lens is on a 'Hair tilt up' skew.  That will make a corresponding bottom black square a little larger.  Typically we place a nadir downshot patch OR use tripod cap picture Panoweaver calls a "Floor".


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Thanks 360texas for your explanation.

Do you have a tutorial to find the NPP with the ring T attachaed directly on TB?

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I finished making a few photo's of the setup.  Look here for explanations:

http://www.easypano.com/forum/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=10&TopicID=3251&PagePosition=1&ThreadPage=1 


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