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    I just am getting back into shooting some 360s and recently asked about finding the nodal point. I thought I had it dialed in but the newest pano seems to have more distortion than my previous ones for a few years ago (different camera and lens) Here is a gallery of my panos http://www.moodyimages.com/574499/36...ee-panoramics/ the last one is the newest. Does it look like there is too much distortion especially compared to the other ones? Thank you!!

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    Hi Tony,
    Do you have any non-flash samples? Adobe is finally planning to kill off Flash in 2020. Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari have all been blocking Flash over the past year. Or please send screen grabs.
    Also have you seen this tutorial? http://johnhpanos.com/epcalib.htm
    Nodal Ninja - "turning heads"

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    • #3
      Working on the change over but you should be able to click to run without flash now? I have gone through several tutorials. There seems to be VERY little difference on the whole back half of the upper rail settings. Seems to work best in my tests all the back which does not seem right??

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      • #4
        Can you send an image of your setup?
        Nodal Ninja - "turning heads"

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            http://moodyimages.com/574499/360-degree-panoramics/


            non flash version

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            • #7
              Hey Tony - that is a very old NN3 MKII. We have updated the camera mounting plate with the 2nd gen Camera Plate II CP2 (F2109). You consider getting it as it has anti-twist lip to help prevent camera twisting on plate, not that this would help you with your current situation. What lens are you using? Some lenses like the 16-35mm Nikkor will not work.
              Nodal Ninja - "turning heads"

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              • #8
                Nikon 10-24. Did you look at my last 360 of the hotel lobby? Does it look like too much distortion for the correct parallax point?

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                  https://moodyimages-com.seehouseat.com/53263?a=1 link to tours

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                  • #10
                    Are you talking about this error?
                    If so this is not related to parallax. This is more having to do with workflow at the shoot and in post.
                    What is your workflow?
                    How many shots around?
                    What focal length are you shooting?
                    What software do you use for stitching?
                    Have you considered stepping up to a wider lens like the Samyang 8mm?
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                    • #11
                      no, that is an old one.... Just looking at the last one of the hotel to see if I am at the right parallax point. The rest are years old with different equipment.

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