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Panoramic photos?
#1
After seeing this and other great panoramic photos it has kind of inspired me to try some panormaice photos, and as you might know I have the FujiFilm Finepix S5000 which does not have a 'Panoramic' funtion as far as I can tell, so I was wondering what is needed to take these photos? are there any cameras avainable in australia for panoramic photos?

Thanks in advance
dewy =)
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

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#2
Hey dewy... just pan and take a few shots, allowing for overlap. Then you can get some software to stitch it together on your computer. That's how most panoramas are done. Using a tripod helps, but is not necessary.
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#3
Any one know of any software to do this? Prefereably Free or OpenSource, but I suppose if it does the job well It could go down as my first software I ahve ever paid for =P
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

"What do you want to pack today?"
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#4
If you seriously want a panoramic camera you could go for the Hasselblad XPan II for only $4,500.00 without any lenses!
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#5
I Think I might stick with using Photostiching untill I win the Lotto =P
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

"What do you want to pack today?"
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#6
I've used the arcsoft software which comes free with most stuff... not bad. Also IPIX.

Irfan view (free image viewer) has the function, but haven't tried it out.
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#7
Can you ame a few things that the Arcsoft Software cames with?
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

"What do you want to pack today?"
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#8
i just use the canon photrostich util ..does the job good for me ..
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#9
I think that program came with ym Parents Canon i455 Printer might look into that =)
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

"What do you want to pack today?"
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#10
try Ulead cool 360, very easy
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