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Old Mar 30, 2006, 3:50 AM   #1
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I just bought a Kodak V570 and was trying out its panorama feature. I am very impressed with the results. I took 3 completely _disjoint_ pictures of the same scene and the camera still managed to stitch the pictures to form a reasonable panorama. Some of the objects on the edge of each image got selectively cropped. I wonder if anyone can enlighten me on the panorama algorithm. I am really interested to know how V570 stitches the images together.

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Old Apr 1, 2006, 2:29 PM   #2
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I've had some mixed results using the built-in panorama feature -- some pretty good, some disjointed.* I think it works best if you can rotate the lens at the same origin point; i.e. use a tripod.* And using the ultra-wide 23mm lens is probably a bad idea.* I've never been able to take a handheld panorama with it stitching correctly. Maybe there's just too much distortion at the edges from being so wide.I'll keep trying though -- maybe reading the manual might help for me too.*Some results though can be a bit artsy or amusing!
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