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    Hi

    On the latest video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYqLbYMZjJs&t=50s a preset can be created with the auto setting using the C2. (6 P1 C2 Mecha)

    However using a 12mm fisheye, one row is only required, with one Zenith and two Nadir shots.

    Currently it is shooting several rows when using the auto setting. (I went thru the setup correctly, lining up a object in the centre of the lens)

    Can we tell the C2 to shoot one row only + Z, NN ?

    Thanks,
    Will

  • #2
    I'll check the auto in case of using 12mm, FE and I'll get back to you.
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    • #3
      Indeed there is a problem to be fixed there, it will be fixed ASAP, in next FW update

      Thanks for reporting,
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      • #4
        Thank you.

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        • #5
          You're welcome

          It is fixed in FW (1)2279

          To update, you can follow this procedure


          While you can just edit the preset, better to repeat the process to be sure is everything OK.

          Tested with 12mm Sigma (FF equiv)
          the same procedure described in video and resulted 1 row x 5 positions
          I had 25% overlap set.

          ----------8<---------------------------

          C2E_12279
          Addressed an issue about panorama created in OLED Menu, with auto, produced more positions and rows than necessary.

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          • #6
            Updated, Tested and working fine now. Thanks!

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            • #7
              With the latest FW, (1)2280
              is more easy to enter even from the OLED Menu the number of shots per row, up to 3 rows (and) Z,N, manually.
              if you already know how many shoots for your FE or Rectilinear lens,
              i.e. have a shooting pattern you used before with success.




              ---------------8<---------------------------------------------------------

              C2E_12280
              Enhanced the way to set in a preset in OLED Menu, when entering number of shots (sh) instead of (mm),
              now can be set up to three tilts of the row. e.g.
              10sh 0° 0° 0° means only one row of 10 at 0° tilt
              6sh 7.6° 0° 0° means only one row of 6 at 7.5° tilt
              8sh 30° -30° 0° means two rows of 8, one at 30° and the other at -30° tilt
              12sh 0° 45° -45° means three rows of 12, one at 0°, one at 45° and the other at -45° tilt
              The order of the rows and the completion with Nadirs and Zeniths
              can be further set by MDU,ZZ,NN settings.
              e.g. MDU--- will mean no Nadir nor Zenith, whilst MDU,Z,N will mean one Zenith and one Nadir, so on..

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              • #8
                Thanks, That's much better.

                On another note, how many NP550 batteries would you recommend for a full days constant shooting?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by WillB View Post
                  Thanks, That's much better.

                  On another note, how many NP550 batteries would you recommend for a full days constant shooting?
                  Battery life varies with load and shooting pattern. Our simple test lasted for 7 hours for continuous operation. So 2 set of battery should be enough.

                  Nick
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                  • #10
                    Thanks Nick.

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