S100fs today's new pano

Started Mar 20, 2011 | Discussions thread
Conrad Birdie Veteran Member • Posts: 6,809
Re: S100fs today's new pano

Very nice photo. Do you have a link where I can view the full size file? I would love to see how Microsoft Ice did on the full size image. I always struggled with ICE and its blending, and I use Hugin and Panorama Maker Pro.

I also understand what you are saying about the speed of ICE, as it was pretty darned fast. You should see how it works on a i7 processor. Very fast.

Anyway, very nice capture. I bet it will look great framed and hung on one of your walls.

Spiridakis Michael wrote:

Well firstly to thank all the friends that have positively comment on my previews pano post (my first real pano), and here I am proud to present my today’s lesson No2…

An ALMOST 360° real panorama… Only missing one or two pictures those with the sun inside…

I am very happy how the S100fs reads – holds – and execute both focus and exposure… Nothing is burned or underexposed; even these clouds in the middle are not burned… everything is really OK…

Some interesting details, the pano is consisting of 13 (11mp F) pictures, the final picture is 19389 X 2929 = 56781594 It was little more than 60mp but I lost only ½ degree in the whole round of the head, so with little horizon correction some mega pixels got lost… (LOL), But only ½ degree to be lost in a nearly 360° pano I think is almost perfectly done… (With such a budget head)

To add here that the speed of process in my PC was very fast, (Microsoft ICE) just a couple of minutes, and my PC is somewhat old now a Pentium 4, nothing really fresh…

Again thanks, for your comments and they are always welcome, I know the composition or the theme is not so interesting but these later to be done…

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