Room shots - panorama stitching - or must it be a 28mm

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Greg Loriman, Sep 8, 2006.

  1. Greg Loriman

    Greg Loriman Guest

    Hi folks,

    As you may have seen in a previous post from me I am struggling to make a
    decision between 3 cameras, one of which is 28mm ultra-compact (I am looking
    for a small camera), the FX01.

    However it occurred to me that for room shots (without people) I may be able
    to get away with stitching. Has anyone ever tried this? The images would
    probably only be used on the web. Obviously its not a perfect solution, but
    it might be workable. Any opinions (and reasons, of course)?

    If this is a possible solution then perhaps I can dismiss the FX01 in favour
    of the TZ1 and the F30.

    Greg
     
    Greg Loriman, Sep 8, 2006
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  2. Greg Loriman

    Greg Loriman Guest

    [snip]

    Thanks for the answer. Presumably you haven't actually tried this?
    I had no specific questions to ask, and I was looking for unspecific
    answers.

    BTW, out of interest do you consider yourself politically left, right or
    liberal?

    And what does your rather obscure smiley mean?

    Greg
     
    Greg Loriman, Sep 8, 2006
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  3. Greg Loriman

    Greg Loriman Guest

    Thanks for that.
    No, but I like my convictions to be confirmed.
    I didn't think you were trying to insult me. The smiley makes no difference
    to the unpleasantness of insufferable busybodies telling other people how
    they should think and behave, and then calling on majority behaviour to
    justify themselves. Yuk!
    From that last little paragraph I can't imagine our budding friendship will
    be terribly fruitful. Lets just not communicate. Over and out.
     
    Greg Loriman, Sep 8, 2006
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