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  • Newbie in a rush to learn...

    I just got a MKII w/Rotator R-D8 today and I'm leaving for a holiday trip on Saturday. I have to learn how to use this device in a very short period of time. I'll be doing 360 deg. shots on my trip, and I wanted to have some tips from guys on how to use it properly. I have several questions here that maybe you could help me with...


    1) How many degrees is the ideal shot to take on each frame?

    2) Things to avoid when when taking pictures in a crowded scene, night shots.....?

    3) Some tips......

    I could learn the stitching later when I come back.


    I highly appreciate the help you could give me guys :-)

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    Re: Newbie in a rush to learn...

    1) How many degrees is the ideal shot to take on each frame?
    it is lens dependent. what lens do you use?
    you can find settings for popular lenses here
    www.vrwave.com


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      Re: Newbie in a rush to learn...

      Originally posted by nick fan View Post
      1) How many degrees is the ideal shot to take on each frame?
      it is lens dependent. what lens do you use?
      you can find settings for popular lenses here
      www.vrwave.com


      I use a Nikon d60 + Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye. I was looking at the camera setting guide of nodal ninja site and I did not see the number guide for a d60. Is it the same as for a d40?

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      • #4
        Re: Newbie in a rush to learn...

        Sorry, my question was already answered at my other post. Big thanks for the help :-)

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