Yesterday, I posted Tony Northrup’s tutorial on the Sony A99ii. However, for a quick overview of the Sony A99ii, check out the review by John Sison.
I have been waiting for the Sony A99ii for a long time, and it is finally here. I created many panoramas with the original Sony A99 and the Gigapan Epic Pro. If you are considering purchasing the Sony A99ii, you … Continue reading
The Entrance Pupil In a lens, the entrance pupil is the apparent position of the lens’ physical aperture as viewed from the front of the lens. When viewed from the rear of the lens it is the exit pupil.
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Another opportunity to test my new Zeiss Loxia 2.4/85 lens availed itself yesterday. In the early evening, the rain stopped, and a great sunset was possible. As in part 1, I set up the Roundshot VR Drive with my Sony A7S, on my … Continue reading
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I received my Zeiss Loxia 2.4/85 lens, and I have been waiting for an ideal time to try it out. The weather in Seattle has been lousy of late, but one evening I was home, and it looked like there … Continue reading
The panoramic image is more widespread today than in the past. Therefore, language needs to expand to better explain various aspects of panoramism.
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I just purchased the Voigtlander FE Heliar-Hyper Wide 10mm f/5.6 Aspherical Lens for one purpose: to be able to do close focus panoramas. This lens is like no other: it is a rectilinear lens with a field of view 130°. Images for … Continue reading