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Old Jun 8, 2008, 12:29 PM   #1
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I thought that there might be an interest on this thread. I have essentially a Tokina 10-17 Fisheyed lens (available in most of the popular mounts), that I wanted to take portrait formatted images and stitch them together, in order to get the additional vield of view along the vertical axis (180 degrees). I thought that there would be a fair amount of problems - and I was plesently wrong.

Here is the thread in the Pentax Lens board.....

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/fo...mp;forum_id=94
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Old Jun 9, 2008, 8:18 PM   #2
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Interesting that you found PTlens good value. That is a front end to Panorama Tools - an old but very good program that does an amazing number of things. In its origianal form, PT is pretty much unusable by anyone but a serious computer geek but there are several front ends to it like PTGui, PTAssembler, PTMac, and Hugin.
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Old Jun 26, 2008, 1:42 PM   #3
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Bill is right. PTGui will stitch the Tokina 10-17mm images very well (without PTLens!). You can see a sample spherical panorama taken with the lens set at 11mm at

http://www.johnhpanos.com/tokina11.htm (2.5MB)

There are 6 images around + up and down shots.

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