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|Date/Time:|| 9-May-2012 15:29:25 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Nikon D800 test with 16mm and 10.5mm|
Just a couple of thoughts.. all meant to be constructive.. I took delivery of the e version a week ago...I'm still fooling with it in the studio so no out in the field work as yet.. I have gotten to a couple of conclusions so far... Holding it still and lens choice are critical to meeting ones expectations. What I'm trying to say is that I think, at least in my case, we will have to raise the bar in a few areas to get what it will deliver. I think were all going to have to spend a little time with this camera... At this point I'm not sure that it's a rig I'd want if my primary purpose is to do pans..
----- Original Message -----
From: Ignacio Ferrando Margel?
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 8:47 AM
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Nikon D800 test with 16mm and 10.5mm
as you said is a test shoot, and I did it the same day I got the camera. Maybe I can made other settings on the workflow to improve it but I'm happy with the results...
I have some "real" works this week so I will try it again and show you
El 09/05/2012, a las 14:31, jrgen_schrader escribi?:
Thank you, Ignacio.
Of course we are talking about a test shoot here and my judging has of course nothing to do with your work which is highly admirable.
But looking at the panos I can see nothing that would make me want to buy this camera and use it with either of these lenses.
So no joke here, but as I know that what I see on the screen is highly dependent of some key facts which I do not know I started to ask.
Probably it is only the maxzoom factor in krpano that is too high so one can zoom in to a pixelsize > 1. But it's also the sharpening and probably the process to compensate dynamic range that add some signifcant outlines here which to me spoil the impression of "crispness".
Maybe I am a bit ignorant here, but when I zoom into a panorama to the max (especially to judge a killer camera) I expect it to be _really_ sharp.
Sorry for bothering, but that was just my impression.
Maybe I should have kept it for me.
--- In #removed#, Ignacio Ferrando Margel? <fotografia@...> wrote:
> I used the same exposure on both cases and made some bracketing to fix the highlights...
> Shoot at 100ISO, uncompressed RAW 14bit, then transformed to 16bit TIFS with Nikon Capture and stitched with PTGUI
> I applied USM adapted to the size of each pano...
Ignacio Ferrando Margel?
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