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Friday, 16 May 2008


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yeah it's possible to get real high resolution like this and you don't need any special hardware or 100 frames either but for me at least in the field I can only compose one frame at a time so I never end up doing this. Also the free Canon software I had left really obvious seams and blurring. It was quick and easy though.

I think you don't need a robot - just a nice tripod and a panorama head. It's really easy but doesn't work automatically, though.

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