Panorama Number of Shots Calculator (Version 2.0)


Sensor Dimensions


Sensor

Length (mm)

Breath (mm)

Crop Factor



Medium Format

53.7 mm

40.4 mm

0.6



Medium Format
(cropped)

43.8 mm

32.9 mm

0.8



Full Frame 35
mm

36.0 mm

24.0 mm

1.0



APSH

27.9 mm

18.6 mm

1.3



APSC

23.6 mm

15.6 mm

1.5



APSC (Canon)

22.2 mm

14.8 mm

1.6



1.5″

18.7 mm

14.0 mm

1.9



4/3″

17.3 mm

13.0 mm

2.0



1″

12.8 mm

9.6 mm

2.7



2/3″

8.8 mm

6.6 mm

3.9



1/2.3″

6.2 mm

4.6 mm

5.6









Camera Data


Sensor Size





Focal Length
(mm)






.





Field Of View



Length

Breath

Diagnal



Dimensions
(mm)






FOV
(Rectilinear)






FOV (Fisheye)












Panorama Frame
Overlap


% Frame Overlap (5% to 50%)












Single Row
Panorama


X° Angle







Portrait

Landscape





Nx

Nx




Shots Per X°
(Rectilinear)






Shots Per X°
(Fisheye)












Spherical Panorama
(360X180)



Portrait

Landscape



Nx

Ny

Nx

Ny


Shots Per X°
& Per Y° (Rectilinear)






Shots Per X°
& Per Y° (Fisheye)












Cylindrical
Panorama


X° Angle/Y°
Angle







Portrait

Landscape



Nx

Ny

Nx

Ny


Shots Per X° & Per Y°
(Rectilinear)






Shots Per X°
& Per Y° (Fisheye)












% Overlap
Calculator Cylindrical Panorama


X° Angle/Y°
Angle






Shots Per
X°/Shots Per Y°













Portrait

Landscape



Nx

Ny

Nx

Ny


Overlap % X°/% Y° (Rectilinear)






Overlap %
X°/% Y° (Fisheye)






Notes


1) Portrait and
landscape refer to the camera orientation.


2) X refers to the
rotation in the horizontal.


3) Y refers to the
rotation in the vertical.


4) Nx refers to
the number of shots in the horizontal.


5) Ny refers to
the number of shots in the vertical.


6) X° Angle is the
rotation in the horizontal and Shots Per X° is the number of shots in each
row.


7) Y° Angle is the
rotation in the vertical and Shots Per Y° is the number of shots in each
column.


8) Orange cells are
imputs, gray cells are outputs, and yellow cells are neutral.

