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Old 11-16-2016   #1441
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Those are stitches from three Nikon Coolpix A cameras firing together.

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I've always wanted to build a rig such as you have. How much did you overlap the horizontal fields of view?
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recently had to move from Xpan to Tx1, and have been playing around with camera in vertical mode





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I've always wanted to build a rig such as you have. How much did you overlap the horizontal fields of view?
From Left to center it looks like maybe 1/4, the overlap is greater on center to right.. maybe 1/3. I'm still playing with angles a bit. The off center lens and tripod mount makes it a little off. The more overlap you have the greater the vertical area you have and the easier it is to blend for close in objects.

Here are the three shots...




This is the uncropped blend....



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Old 11-24-2016   #1445
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15-56-52 cam1DSC_1796-Pano

15-45-16 cam1DSC_1786-Pano

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Here's a couple of mine with my new XPan II

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Hong Kong XPan Panoramics by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr

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Hong Kong XPan Panoramics by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr

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Kennedy Town Panoramics by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr

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Hong Kong Christmas Panoramic by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr

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Kennedy Town Panoramics by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr

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Hong Kong XPan Panoramics by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr

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Kennedy Town Panoramics by Kevin Dharmawan, on Flickr
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Nikon F2 Photomic, Nikon Nikkor-N.C Auto 1:2.8 f=24mm. Rollei RPX 400, Rollei Supergrain (1:13) 7' 20C. Scan from negative film.
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So about a month ago I found a Noblex 150 for decent price and picked it up.
I've been playing with it, but due to mostly operator errors, I've not had a lot of luck with good images. Here's my first decent photo from it.

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So about a month ago I found a Noblex 150 for decent price and picked it up.
I've been playing with it, but due to mostly operator errors, I've not had a lot of luck with good images. Here's my first decent photo from it.

Very nice shot, the Noblex 150 is a fabulous camera - but I have screwed up a few shots, and advanced the whole roll once trying to reach frame one ( I forgot to press the shutter befoe closing the back!)

What film and filtration did you use here? I have used some Rollie IR with an R72 that Siggi made for me and it is rally nice. I was saving the film for summer foliage, But I my try for some dramatic sky winter shots....
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