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CliClaqueux
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Tue Sep 29, 2015 3:15 pm

Dans ma maison un Panoramique sphérique 360° et 180°
boitier Nikon D800E
optique 16X35 Nikon sur 24 mm
3 rangs de 9 prises de vues + Nadir 2 Prises de vues et Zénih 1 prise de vue
chaque prise de vue en HDR de 5 photos +- 1 diaphragme

C'est un essai surement l'on peut faire mieux ?
merci pour votre aide
c'est ici :http://gadenne.net/pano/Villebichot/index_1.html
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Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:28 pm

Not quite a good English translation but I think you get the idea.

In my house a spherical 360 ° Pan and 180 ° housing Nikon optical D800E 16X35 Nikon 24 mm 3 rows of 9 shots + Nadir 2 Shooting and Zénih 1 shooting every shot in HDR 5 photos + - 1 diaphragm It is a test we can surely do better? thank you for your help is here: http://gadenne.net/pano/Villebichot/index_1.html
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Thu Oct 01, 2015 5:15 pm

Hi CliClaqueux,
The obvious problem is levelling. This can be corrected in Pano2VR 5 but pressing Shift + L.
Then use your mouse to drag the the sides up or down until the panorama is levelled.
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