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  • #16
    hi softgad

    the 2 first panos are viewable here :
    http://www.360cities.net/image/borob...0.00,0.00,70.0
    http://www.360cities.net/image/borob....60,30.80,96.9

    the rest will come day by day on http://www.direct2brain.net you can subscribe by email on the right column of the site.

    Regards // Greg

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    • #17
      Originally posted by zenalien View Post
      hi softgad

      the 2 first panos are viewable here :
      http://www.360cities.net/image/borob...0.00,0.00,70.0
      http://www.360cities.net/image/borob....60,30.80,96.9

      the rest will come day by day on http://www.direct2brain.net you can subscribe by email on the right column of the site.

      Regards // Greg
      Hi Greg,

      Very nice. the elevated height does make a difference in view!

      Nick
      Fanotec
      We listen. We try harder.

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      • #18
        Hello Greg,

        You shot some very nice pole panos from the Borobodur, I enjoyed watching them.
        I noticed a few things that are strange to me, people walking in the sun with umbrellas and amazing short shadows, both are part of the advantages of the tropics I guess.

        Btw, the 2 panos that are linked from your posting on the forum are fine on iPad but the panos in the Direct2brain website are showing disturbing tracelines of the cube faces so perhaps that can be fixed.

        Wim

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        • #19
          I used to ride a bike with Fanotec Pole 2. It's very easy to attach with any string, and You can get more interesting locations this way! Anyway I make 20-30km with my photo backpack camera, lenses, heavy tripod and pole, and You must know that bike ways are really bad and not very common in Gdansk, like everywhere in Poland.
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