Interior panoramas?

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Pansottin
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Interior panoramas?

Hello,

I'm starting to do Real Estate photography. I've been using an adapted Zeiss ZE 21mm, but I don't like the usual distortion of ultra wide lenses at all. Even the wide ones, I only tolerate up to 24mm (30mm on the GFX). I'm thinking of buying a GF30mm, which is the one I can afford, but maybe it's not suitable for all situations. I have the GF50mm. Both are very well corrected for distortions, aberrations and are very sharp.
I no longer want to use lenses adapted for this type of work.

Panoramas are often made with portrait mode images. In my case, it wouldn't be necessary many images because it will only be for wider interiors than the GF30mm cannot fully represent.
I am thinking of adding to my Novoflex tripod system some parts suitable for error-free panoramas.
Could I work with these two lenses using the "Panorama Stitch" function, to get wider views, if necessary, but without too much distortion? Is this a crazy idea or is it possible? Has anyone here on the forum done something like this?

Thank you in advance for your help,
Cheers.

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