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02-21-2014, 08:50 PM   #3586
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QuoteOriginally posted by Transit Quote
big crop and pretty rough processing but hey !

Toltec maybe
"Big crop and rough processing" on the stone, or the photo? Looks like Olmec eyes, but I'd need to see the rest.

Been using my Q+01 for some (ahem) product "action" shots. Love that tiny sensor DOF sometimes!



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Whoa that's deep: an image of an image and of the imager taking the image.. ooo dizzy
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QuoteOriginally posted by panoguy Quote
"Big crop and rough processing" on the stone, or the photo? Looks like Olmec eyes, but I'd need to see the rest.
right on all three
02-21-2014, 10:21 PM   #3589
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Pentax Q + 01 Prime pics...

Been using this camera for a couple months now, I must say this thing is an absolute blast to use.
here is a link to my Flickr page... all pics taken with the Pentax Q, plus 01 Lens.

Flickr: azeem.muhammad23's Photostream

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first two with the 01 next two with the 06
First one - ferocious! :-) - and last one (great composition) are my favs. Great. Thanks for sharing!
Phil

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Big view from a small cam!
Isn't it? I like how the Q7/02 is tack sharp to begin with - for stitching panos very nice. With the 03 I have to apply some strong capture sharpening to get comparable results.

Thanks for your comment!

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QuoteOriginally posted by philzucker Quote
360 degree pano done with Q7/02 a week ago in Berlin, Germany - showing the Kurfuerstendamm:



11 shots with Q7/02@5mm, ISO 100, 1,3s, f2.8.

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Very, very nice Phil. Vertical shots?
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And same pano but with the viewpoint looking up instead of down, bit better I think


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Very nice flickr stream, blitz2k1.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jezza323 Quote
And same pano but with the viewpoint looking up instead of down, bit better I think
This is the most interesting spherical pano I've seen in a long while.
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jezza323, both images are knockouts! Super panos. This must require a lot of computer work. Haven't seen this mode on the Q creative dial. Lol.
thanks for sharing
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One with Q and 01
Metered for the sky, and brings up shadows in the woods and lake

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Very, very nice Phil. Vertical shots?
Thanks! And no, I took horizontal shots. This gave me lots of overlap, and I had more headroom for corrections; found this necessary considering the night light conditions. I think in daylight less horizontal shots would suffice.

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QuoteOriginally posted by panoguy Quote
"Big crop and rough processing" on the stone, or the photo? Looks like Olmec eyes, but I'd need to see the rest.

Been using my Q+01 for some (ahem) product "action" shots. Love that tiny sensor DOF sometimes!

Very cool! Looks like lots of toys to play with

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QuoteOriginally posted by baro-nite Quote
This is the most interesting spherical pano I've seen in a long while.

Thanks, I don't know why I bothered with the looking down view

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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
jezza323, both images are knockouts! Super panos. This must require a lot of computer work. Haven't seen this mode on the Q creative dial. Lol.

thanks for sharing

barondla

Thanks. It's not too bad on the PC. I am a programmer, so I have a pretty decent machine for work. It's mostly just click and wait
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QuoteOriginally posted by philzucker Quote
360 degree pano done with Q7/02 a week ago in Berlin, Germany - showing the Kurfuerstendamm:



11 shots with Q7/02@5mm, ISO 100, 1,3s, f2.8.

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Nicely done, I really like the shot
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QuoteOriginally posted by panoguy Quote
"Big crop and rough processing" on the stone, or the photo? Looks like Olmec eyes, but I'd need to see the rest.

Been using my Q+01 for some (ahem) product "action" shots. Love that tiny sensor DOF sometimes!
Wait a minute - you have the flucard already? Are you on the development team? Guess I missed a post somewhere. What do you think?
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