LaMesa

LaMesa

Lives in Germany Germany
Works as a Retired Consultant of IC & System Design
Joined on Sep 11, 2003

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  • Thanks for viewing and friendly response. Some time ago I posted defished single images at full resolution: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54029546 Please be aware that defishing means ...
  • If you open my panorama, the full screen has less field of view than a single fisheye image, thus giving indeed a good impression of lens sharpness. Furthermore, you can see how little the Samyang ...
  • Here you are. Please download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rl4qwjc0i624mpw/garten-januar.exe?dl=0 It's a panorama, which I assembled as a self-executing .exe file. Please have a close look and let me ...
  • I hope this doesn't hurt : To me the quality detectable from the sample images is very poor. The left third of all pictures is unsharp and distorted to an unacceptable degree, at any aperture. It ...
  • I am a jpg photographer. My major concern has always been to avoid blown out highlights. For this to happen I usually need an exposure correction of -0.3 or -0.7. In certain situations, as for ...
  • Replied in Lars,
    I hope you had an enjoyable trip to China. Is your mother's home in one of the towers of that area? As for your panorama: It is very sharp and flawlessly stitched - but it is distorted at the top ...
  • Created discussion thread Samyang 7.5mm Panorama
    On a cold morning I took this panorama. The sharpness and technical perfection are beyond of what I have expected ever to achieve. Unfortunately the subject is not overly spectacular - travelling ...
  • If video is a real concern, the G7 is two classes ahead. Otherwise my preference would be the E-M10 ll because of: 5-axis stabilisation, perfect out of camera jpgs, me having been an Olympus fan ...
  • Your camera's resolution is way better. You can take a picture of a stamp with the full resolution of 16 MP. No scanner can do that. Secondly, when using the camera, you can leave the original ...
  • Brent and others, please feel free to ignore the tremendous benefits of downloading my panorama. The loss is yours, not mine. Herbert
  • Brent, I think my description was foolproof. It is a guide to download data from the dropbox cloud. Your confusion certainly arose from other posts. Greetings, Herbert
  • Lars, last weekend our local machine museum had a steam engine day with many visitors. This could have been an excellent opportunity for taking a 360° panorama. But I had my grandson with me and ...
  • Replied in nicely done
    Thank you Lars, for a complete panorama with the Samyang 7.5 mm, it takes a circle of 6 shots in portrait orientation plus 1 up (Zenith) and 1 down (Nadir). The Nadir is the most tricky. I often ...
  • Thanks Bill, since my image is a spherical panorama, it takes a viewer for viewing. This viewer comes with my "cumbersome" download. The FSP viewer is the panorama viewer I have been waiting for ...
  • Thank you for the warning. You are right - this could be serious. But my intentions are pure. I only put a .cmd file in front of the procedure, so that I could add the -fs parameter, which starts ...
  • Let me add that the large panorama might be the highest resolution panorama you have seen from an MFT camera, so far. Herbert
  • Created discussion thread Machine museum, 7.5mm fisheye panoramas
    I have uploaded two panoramas, taken with the E-M10 and the Samyang 7.5mm fisheye, stitched with HUGIN. One is made of 8 shots, the other one is a partial panorama made of only a single fisheye ...
  • Replied in Questions
    Excellent work. I assume you were using a tripod. Is a tripod mandatory for this feature? Does the camera do the blending? Thanks and best Regards, Herbert
  • Mats, thank you for posting this. Nice summer residence, BTW. I have done a lot of experimenting with the Samyang, too. I found the free panorama software HUGIN to be the most versatile and precise ...
  • I have the Lumix 1.7/20mm pancake. Focusing is not really slow, but noisy for video. If i had the choice again, I had a very close look on the Sigma 2.8/19mm - a superior, yet affordable lens ...
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