View Full Version : D3s with a 14-24 mm 2.8 lens Rail Settings.
12-31-2009, 05:35 PM
I am having a bugger of a time trying to find these out. I am close but no sense reinventing the wheel if someone else has them. If not I got about an hour left to get mine nailed in and its dark now so there is always tomorrow. :sad:
PS. I think the D3 and the D3s are the same measurements if someone has them for the D3....
12-31-2009, 05:38 PM
OK, So I just learned how to, I guess bang my head against the wall, and found them under camera setting on the first page of the NN website. Silly Me and ignore this posting. :sad:
05-23-2010, 05:53 AM
hi, which rail settings worked for you?
I got stiching errors using the settings from the nodal ninja website.
thanks in advance
NN5 Nikon D3 + 14-24 / 2,8
07-07-2010, 10:37 AM
I too am interested in finding out if anyone figured out some successful settings for this set up.
07-07-2010, 11:43 AM
Here is the data. Add +90° for Z and -90° twice, one normal, one with the new adaptor turned out.
07-26-2010, 05:47 AM
could you re-post the data, I can't see it since the forum changed.
Before that I had tried your settings, with more success than those on the NN website, but didn't keep a note of them.
07-26-2010, 12:36 PM
I will send it tomorrow,
07-30-2010, 02:57 AM
NIKKOR 14-24/F2.8 D3 NN5 LRS 89 my personal findings:
Zoom 14: 122
Hope it helps, for me these settings stitched successfully. Zoom 14 -16 : 2 rows 45° - 8 stops, 18 - 20 : 3 rows 18@45°, 20 24 @36°-10 stops. I always calculate overlap with around 30%.
07-31-2010, 02:23 AM
Here are my settings that works fine for D3 (same body as D3S) with 14/24 on NN5 with QRS2:
89 for lower rail
at 24mm: 112mm
one zenith shot, one row at +47.5º, one row at +2.5º, one row at -42.5º (10 shots at 36º each for each row)
two nadir shots with nadir adapter, and it all stitches perfectly fine :D
P-S: Credit goes at Heinz for these settings, he helped much for that ;)
07-31-2010, 07:03 AM
this is my addition. I have to confess, -25° picks the last segment of my tripod leg. So I am trying to avoid this masking work. I have to raise to -15° to get rid of it. And then I have to test how the nadir will stitch to this. I have the sequence, but had no time to try the stitch. I will let you know about this.
So far this works fine for me.
P.S. Thx Vincen:wink:
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