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    Hi
    I want to use my 28-300 lens on 28 mm to shoot panos, 16mm is great, but as I need to use focus stacking which requires AFS lens, 28-300mm is my best choice (16-35mm is too long for the rail, so no nadir)
    My question is the best number of shots, I know I should do some testing, but its too hot here (or too dark) in Riyadh, I guess it would be Z+N, 10x3 shots -45 0 +45 degrees.
    Am I right?

    regards

    Hani

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    full frame camera? The is a calculator here
    http://shop.nodalninja.com/shot-calculator/
    Assuming full frame, and 360 spherical pano and a 25% overlap.
    Calculated results are
    No. of images landscape: 7.3
    No. of images portrait:10.3

    That means it will take 10-11 columns and 7.3/2=4 rows.
    you can try 10 or 12 columns at 36 or 30 deg intervals and 4 rows at 45 deg intervals.
    you can test it with dummy images in ptgui.
    Nick
    Fanotec
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