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List here your camera
 
List here your camera
 
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[[HP Photosmart M417]]
  
 
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OK - I guess I'll start :)
 
OK - I guess I'll start :)
Ive got 2 camera's, a [http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/specs/Pentax/pentax_optios.asp Pentax Optio S] for portability on long hikes and the like and a [http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/specs/Canon/canon_eos20d.asp Canon 20D] for everything else.   
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I've got 2 camera's, a [http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/specs/Pentax/pentax_optios.asp Pentax Optio S] for portability on long hikes and the like and a [http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/specs/Canon/canon_eos20d.asp Canon 20D] for everything else.   
  
 
The Pentax shows minor barrel distortion at the widest side, so I have to correct for this a bit.  Here's an example from 15 images (3 mpix each) from the Pentax.  It's ~ 370 degrees by 45 degrees
 
The Pentax shows minor barrel distortion at the widest side, so I have to correct for this a bit.  Here's an example from 15 images (3 mpix each) from the Pentax.  It's ~ 370 degrees by 45 degrees
  
http://tautologous.com/albums/panoramas/bald_mountain_med.thumb.jpg
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http://tautologous.com/gallery2/d/3540-6/bald_mountain_med.jpg
  
 
The Canon 20D takes huge images (8 MPix) and thus the processing time and computer hardware requirements are a lot more.
 
The Canon 20D takes huge images (8 MPix) and thus the processing time and computer hardware requirements are a lot more.
  
 
[[User:Jeff|Jeff]] 12:18, 10 Dec 2004 (EST)
 
[[User:Jeff|Jeff]] 12:18, 10 Dec 2004 (EST)
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Latest revision as of 23:04, 11 April 2010

List here your camera


HP Photosmart M417


OK - I guess I'll start :) I've got 2 camera's, a Pentax Optio S for portability on long hikes and the like and a Canon 20D for everything else.

The Pentax shows minor barrel distortion at the widest side, so I have to correct for this a bit. Here's an example from 15 images (3 mpix each) from the Pentax. It's ~ 370 degrees by 45 degrees

http://tautologous.com/gallery2/d/3540-6/bald_mountain_med.jpg

The Canon 20D takes huge images (8 MPix) and thus the processing time and computer hardware requirements are a lot more.

Jeff 12:18, 10 Dec 2004 (EST)

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