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    
APS-H 27.9 mm 18.6 mm 1.3    
APS-C 23.6 mm 15.6 mm 1.5    
APS-C (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)      
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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  
  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.