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|Date/Time:||16-Feb-2012 18:05:08 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: Pano Size Question|
Cool, is this where you live? I have driven by there a couple times. Anyway, just out of curiosity, who do you host you files with. The large panos do load rather fast. My latest panos are quite large also but seem to take about 3 times longer to load than yours.
On Feb 16, 2012, at 12:01 PM, onezebra1 wrote:
> --- In #removed#, "Briar" <briar_bentley@...> wrote:
> > I am putting this question about the 8-15 lens v the 15mm fisheye (both
> > Canon). Are you saying that one is sharper than the other? If the 15mm were
> > used "on the diagonal" as Roger suggests would it have the same effect as
> > the 8-15 (at 14mm setting)?
> > I use the 15mm lens and want to be quite sure the $2000+ price tag for the
> > 8-15 is justified.
> One problem when using the Canon 16mm lens and a pole you need shoot 9 round with the camera mounted diagonally, and you still need to patch a small hole in the top and bottom, here's an example of it.
> The corners of the Canon 16mm are not very sharp and I have gotten some bad flare at times, but I do like that it's F2.8
> But for now I will keep using my Nikon 10.5mm F2.8 hens for fast low light shots.
> With the Canon 8-15mm I can shoot 5 round @ 14mm (and I trimmed the hood so I don't have to remove it) or set it to 11mm for 4 shots round. I have even done 2 shots @ 8mm and it was not too bad. Here's an example of it.
> This was done on a pole, should be able to do better with a tripod.