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|Date/Time:||16-Mar-2012 14:18:33 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: Shooting an orthogonal panorama, at close range|
I think lenses automagically add their parameters to raw. and compatible
raw editors do read and apply distortion corrections. Those are never close
to ptlens or ptgui precision.
PTlens has 2 correction settings for my zuiko 17mm, one for the corrected
formula and one for the direct uncorrected raw.
Il giorno 16 marzo 2012 10:22, Bj?rn K Nilssen <#removed#> ha scritto:
> P? Thu, 15 Mar 2012 08:02:05 +0100, skrev luca vascon <
> > Bjorn, happy to see there are always OLY users around. It is a different
> > philosophy with a lot of interesting good points.
> > If they put on state-of-art sensors, one day, those lenses will be
> > unbeatable! I've seen friends shooting fishes in the pond plugging the
> > into the water, and washing an E-5 under the fountain spill. And having
> > myself a PEN camera I understood that in many cases it is possible to
> > in jpg and have uncompromising quality.
> > :-O
> > The lens distortion and some of the aberrations are corrected on the fly,
> > lenses are made half in glass-plastic-metal and half in algorithms and
> > software, leaving the correction of defects to the part that is
> > more suitable to handle it.
> I love the Zuiko lenses :)
> But I wasn't aware that distortions were corrected on the fly?
> Is that for the RAW images too?
> Bj?rn K Nilssen - #removed# - 3D and panoramas