Thanks everyone for replying to my post. I'm new to panoramic photography. Well, I had a Russian model several years ago but it broke soon after I got it so that doesn't count.
So far I'm really happy with the results from the Widelux F7. In truth I'm finishing off some out-of-date Ektapress, so some of the colours might be a little funky. What can I say, I got it cheap and I like to shoot a lot of film.
You get 21 frames on a 36 exposure using the Widelux F7. My camera thankfully has no banding issues such as I've read about. The negatives are sharp all the way to the edge. I've been working way too much as of late and have not had as much time to shoot as I would like, and I have had issues getting my local Superstore to scan the neg right. And then some twit cut several images in half
. And since I don't have Photoshop, my friend Kat has been stitching the two halves into one. Other than that, shooting with the Widelux is a piece of cake
. Oh ya, that and getting my big hands/finger in the edge of the frame. And to top it off, the CDs I got from Superstore with several rolls of Widelux images won't load on my iMac.
Anyways, tomorrow is my birthday so I'm going to celebrate by going out and shooting as many great images as I can with my new Widelux F7.