Culross Abbey, Fife, Scotland, 360 deg panoramic.
Here is the first 360 degree panoramic taken using my shiny new Nodal Ninja 3! :biggrin:
Pentax K100D and sigma 10-20mm lens @ 10mm - I had set the lower rail to 52.5
and the upper rail to 99.5, however I still had slight parallax errors so I think I need to tweak
the settings slightly.
8 images at 0 degrees elevation, 4 at +60 and 4 at -60. No zenith or nadir, stitched using hugin.
It was certainly a lot easier to stitch since I had used a panoramic head! I'm looking forward to
many years of use with the nodal ninja 3!
Re: Culross Abbey, Fife, Scotland, 360 deg panoramic.
The errors may not be down to your settings on the NN3 at all. I dont use hugin, so not sure if there is a function like sensor shift as is with PtGui. I was having a hell of a time trying to find this magic spot of no paralax and was always getting errors all over the place. Saw on a thread (on another forum) a comment about optomising for sensor shift. Was like a light being switched on and stitching became so much easier. Try that (if possible).