panorama software,virtual tour software
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2004-03-28
#12

hiya!

Your sample jpg is a little bit too small to see what's going on there exactly. Maybe you can upload a larger img? Well, there is a small glitch, but as far as I can see, it looks ok.

About the horizontal position.... That something complicated - imo.
I noticed when I set up my camera to this: http://www.su-n.de/images/hori.jpg
my pics stitch better than when the horizontal position is set up correctly!
As well as I noticed, that I've problems with indoor shot. It's hard to get pics stiched perfectly, which are taken indoor - maybe because there are so many details (and lot's of them are very close). With outdoor shots, it's better - still not perfect. And as I wrote, only 3 shot panos do well.

Usually I use the focal length of 7.1.( I don't know if it's the same for our Nikon, but have a look: http://www.panoramas.dk/d60/d60tech.html )

Greetings,

Sven =)


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2004-03-28
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Here it is:

http://www.tamtorino.it/Tests/RGConRotator1.jpg

with regards to focal length, I do not mean aperture. I think the link you posted explains the aperture concept.

What I refer to is the zooming action prior to shooting as per the precious information in our precious forum...

http://www.easypano.com/forum/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=1&TopicID=440&PagePosition=3 

see the snapshot of the value in Nikon viewer

http://www.tamtorino.it/Tests/FL.JPG

 

To be honest I do not quite grasp the horizontal alignment issue...

Your system as per pic looks to genial to me....how would you use it?

For instance see the following indoor pic:

I think the result is OK and I did not pay much attention to the alignment issue!

I gave just a rough glance... mmh OK it looks aligned.... let's take the pic!  

http://www.tamtorino.it/Tests/SRoomConRotator1.jpg

Ok they do not always come out this way but usually, after having used the Rotator, it all looks like it is a quick manual stiching issue if the result is not that good....


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#14

When I do take pics, I prefer taking pics a little bit densed (over excposure). Because, as you can see in my living room, there are very bright and very dark areas.

- About the zooming to get better results: When I zoomed in, I get a real mismatch when stitching!

- Your indoor pano looks very good to me!

I set up a webpage to describe my setup, and my results.

Please have a look!

http://www.su-n.de/panos/test/

 

Greetings,

Sven =)


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2004-03-30
#15

Hey Sven,

quite clever your set up. Still too tricky for me.

Your MOV pic is impressive and, considering you made a cubi conversion the quality of the picture is just astonishing!