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edwinb

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« on: July 15, 2010, 07:03:56 PM »



Sinar have fine tuned the idea of giving a dslr view camera shifts and tilts (The 90 degree attatchment option and centering adjustments for example)and  this will also allow some very interesting video I think.

All the available details are here and all the accessories will be available in a few weeks. I'm trying to get some sample images but its holiday season at the moment.

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« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2010, 06:38:41 PM »



The only handicap that I can foresee is that once adjusted for preference, the shot will have to remain as adjusted.

No tilt/swing effects on the fly, which I would think would be the most important aspect.

Even using shift, say you have a scene where you pan up on a building and want to make it appear really tall so you would want to start with shift and pan up while 'un-shifting' to have the building appear taller.


But sill a nice bit nice for still images!
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« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2010, 08:31:15 AM »

Quote from: NickSimcheck
The only handicap that I can foresee is that once adjusted for preference, the shot will have to remain as adjusted.

No tilt/swing effects on the fly, which I would think would be the most important aspect.

Even using shift, say you have a scene where you pan up on a building and want to make it appear really tall so you would want to start with shift and pan up while 'un-shifting' to have the building appear taller.


But sill a nice bit nice for still images!
you mean using something like thisgigapanbot?
edwin
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