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  • 5 Panos from Pittsburg, NH

    I spent friday to monday up in Pittsburg, NH (The Great North Woods) camping and kayaking.

    I took 5 panos while there, enjoy

    http://www.spyboy.com/pittsburg/

    Kirk
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    Moss Creek Media
    www.MossCreekMedia.com

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    Re: 5 Panos from Pittsburg, NH

    nice panos. But I must say the sharpness (full screen, 1068x1050 LCD) is not best of what I have seen on the net. In the "First Connecticut Lake" pano, I see the close objects are very sharp while the distant ones are not. what camera and lens are you using? Maybe the focus distance is not optimized.


    Nick
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    • #3
      Re: 5 Panos from Pittsburg, NH

      I'm using a Canon 40D with a Sigma 8mm fisheye (f3.5) set at infinity

      I think it's my settings in Pano2VR, I've had a hard time getting the right balance between quality and speed (if I push everything up on high, it's looks great but is very slow to load and rotate)

      any suggestions for those settings?

      I save my panos out of PT Gui or AutoPano Pro at 6000x3000 pixel jpg's, then drop into Pano2VR and output to flash.

      Kirk
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      Kirk
      Moss Creek Media
      www.MossCreekMedia.com

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      • #4
        Re: 5 Panos from Pittsburg, NH

        Hey spyboy,
        first: I can't view the pano's at Safari (macbook intel+ 10.5)
        Firefox can.
        second: set at infinity is not the right setting.
        Mostly a setting at 1m will do for best output.
        I have the same lens and focussing the Sig 8mm/3.5 (and others) are discussed a lot at panoguide.com
        You are a member of panoguide..........
        Have Fun !

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        • #5
          Re: 5 Panos from Pittsburg, NH

          I'm not sure why Safari has trouble, I think it might be the javascript that an older version of Pano2VR created.

          usually I save as flash 8 files, so more people can view.

          Kirk
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          Kirk
          Moss Creek Media
          www.MossCreekMedia.com

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