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  • 695MPix Pano

    Recently I purchased a NN3 MK3 with Dual Axis Mecha E1's.
    Today I tested something I wouldn't have done without an automated panohead.

    I used my EOS M5 with EF-M 22 lens (35mm Equiv. FF) and did a 360 sphere panoshoot.
    This setup shoots 58 shots in 5 rows and 2 Nadir shots 90 degree apart as well as 2 Zenith shots 90 degree apart. Alltogether 62 shots (186 shots as I did it as HDR bracketing with -2, 0-+2EV)

    The resulting equirectangular picture out of PTGui has 36468*18234 Pixels (~695 MPixel).

    Here is the result (made with krpano from a lesser resolution input file with ~60MPixel):
    http://www.mx5-twins.com/Panorama/Da...sse/index.html

    And here the forum friendly equirectangular 2000px Version.
    Click image for larger version  Name:	Dachterrasse_2000px.jpg Views:	4 Size:	810.6 KB ID:	31618

    kind regards
    Frank
    Last edited by FrankD; 1 week ago.

  • #2
    The pano looks good, so does the place,
    I bet the place also sounds good, nice touch with those speakers :)

    thanks for sharing,
    Dorin
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    • #3
      Originally posted by DorinDXN View Post
      The pano looks good, so does the place,
      I bet the place also sounds good, nice touch with those speakers :)

      thanks for sharing,
      Dorin
      Thank you Dorin,

      Hihi, yes the speakers. These are normally meant to be installed in a car. They are more convenient then moving big boxed speakers in and out when the weather changes. They withstand all kind of weather since approx. 20 years.

      Frank

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      • #4
        Thanks for sharing. EOS M5 with EF-M 22 lens is a perfect match for NN3 MK3 Dual Axis MECHA.
        Fanotec
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        • #5
          Hello,

          nick fan asked me to take a video of my setup in work to take such big panorama. Here it is:


          Frank
          Last edited by FrankD; 1 week ago.

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