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  • R10 +7.5 deg, Sigma 8mm F3.5, 4 shots around NPP Settings

    I have find some time to determine the optimal setting for Sigma 8mm F3.5 Canon and Nikon on R10 7.5 deg.
    Here is a table to show the settings.
    https://fanotec-public.s3.amazonaws....nd%20Nikon.pdf


    Nick
    Last edited by nick fan; 07-21-2012, 12:30 PM.
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    I would appreciate if users can test the validity by making a pano using my value(s).
    I will make integrated rail plate for selected tilt angles. I will give 10 free copies for responders (one each) of each mount. $10 in value.

    Nick
    Last edited by nick fan; 07-21-2012, 12:31 PM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by nick fan View Post
      R10 7.5 deg, Sigma 8mm F3.5, 4 shots around.
      for Nikon, LRP-45X value 1.4
      for Canon, LRP-40 value 0.85
      Can any one confirm the Nikon setting?
      Nick
      I found 1.2 to be closer with Sigma 8mm Nikon on LRP45x
      When finding NPP I found also you get different readings at different locations of lens so I used center barrel of lens to get the 1.2
      This isn't pixel by pixel comparison in photoshop.

      Bill

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
        I found 1.2 to be closer with Sigma 8mm Nikon on LRP45x
        When finding NPP I found also you get different readings at different locations of lens so I used center barrel of lens to get the 1.2
        This isn't pixel by pixel comparison in photoshop.

        Bill
        That is the problem with NPP settings. it depends on the location. I concentrate on the horizon.

        nick
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        • #5
          I stitched with 1.5 for Sigma 8mm Nikon on LRP45x at +7.5.

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