Wide Angle Lumix?

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Erik Ohlson
Erik Ohlson Forum Pro • Posts: 22,271
Re: Wide Angle Lumix?

Jon_T wrote:

Bikesmith wrote:

.... So I think I should look into photo stitching.

Photo stitching will provide the best IQ.

If you have not already tried, you can try using your ZS60's in-camera pano mode with ZS60 in the portrait orientation to see if IQ 'good enough' for you.

Cheers,
Jon

Probably work "OK" IF you don't wobble around while "sweeping" the scene: might as well take a series - holding your body stable as I have suggested & get a much better Panorama. "Wide Angle".

I even stitch shots that are mere "wide -angle", such as a corner of interesting rock work in Machu Picchu, in a tight corner.

Stitching is SO much more flexible than some lens that costs more than another camera.

Carry MINIMAL "Gear" and make what you carry do the job: I SOMETIMES also carry a pocket tripod (insatapod) in my back pocket for - say - cathedral interiors +/Or a (linear) polarizing filter in my shirt pocket +/or an IR filter (in a plastic bag).

Thoreau said: "Simplify, Simplify, simplify."

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