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    does the C765 have in-camera stitching? i didn't know that...does the 750/740 too have it?
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    The C-740 has stitching - and that's a scaled down C-750
    I have never bothered to use it though
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    My street

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Nice shot - and welcome to this thread, I haven't spotted you before - so consider your hand firmly shaken.
    How did you join the pics - did you use Olympus's in camera stitching or do it yourself??
    Geoff
    Thanks Geoff Chandler
    I'm shot panoram in PANORAMA mode (MENU -> CAMERA -> PANORAMA).
    Stitching in CAMEDIA Master software.
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    Square before railway station "Jugny vokzal"

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. 5 shots. Apr, 6, 2005
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    Vertical panoram

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. 3 shots. Jan, 27, 2005
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    Kushnirenko, I was wondering how long before a vertical panorama
    appeared. & thanks for those contributions - very nice.
    I am also interested to know what quality/ size people use when creating
    pano shots. If I were to take a seies of, say, 5 shots at 8mp - that could
    potentially creat a 40mp picture - although with the overlap it could well be half that
    - but still a hefty 20mp - this is hard to manipulate on a pc without at least a GB of RAM
    Next time I try - I reckon I will go down to 2 or 3 MP size and take 3 - 5
    only and see how I do with that.

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    Square "Imeni Sovetskoy Ukrainy"

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. 9 shots. Feb, 22, 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    I am also interested to know what quality/ size people use when creating
    pano shots. If I were to take a seies of, say, 5 shots at 8mp - that could
    potentially creat a 40mp picture - although with the overlap it could well be half that
    - but still a hefty 20mp - this is hard to manipulate on a pc without at least a GB of RAM
    Next time I try - I reckon I will go down to 2 or 3 MP size and take 3 - 5
    only and see how I do with that.

    Geoff.
    My camera have resolution 2288 x 1712 pixels. (3.92 MPixels).
    This panorama more 360 deg & have size 15943 x 1583 pixels. (25.24 MPixels).
    In disk size (jpg) 3.73 MB (3*914*362 Bytes)
    In memory 72.21 MB (75*718*096 Bytes).
    This panorama I create in PC with 512 MB memory.
    Now my PC have 1.5 Gb memory - need for work with Adobe Photoshop 9 CS
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    "Blagoveschensky Sobor"

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. 3 shots. May, 4, 2005
    I was wondering how long before a vertical panorama appeared.
    I shot vertical panoram when I do't have nessesery distance to object.
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    Advice 1. Focal length.

    In this post I'm start some advices for shoting panoram.
    I hope, my advice help Yours create panoram shot.
    But sorry for my very little english

    When we a shot panoram - image can be cylidrical.
    Software what stitch shots transform image.
    More view angle - more image transformed.
    View angle depend of Focal Length (Zoom).
    Next 3 images shots in diference Focal Length (Equivalent to a 35 mm camera): 38 mm; 65 mm; 118 mm.
    Most didgital cameras have minimal Focal Length equivalent to approx. 35 mm on a 35 mm camera.
    Therefore I recomend shot images for panoram using zoom factor 1.5-2.5.
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    Kushnirenko - excellent panoramas and some good advice. The night time one in the snow is my favourite.

    Looking at the few panoramas I have taken & posted so far they seem to fit in with some of your tips so I was just lucky I guess. Must get out & try a few more.

    It's a shame that posting on this site makes the shots so small, as one of the joys of panoramas is to zoom in & go roving over the image it really give you the feeling of being there in a good shot. If anyone knows an easy way to post thumbnnails here that link to larger images for panorama shots it would be good for viewing.
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