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Old Jun 21, 2011, 1:10 AM   #1
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gee, I forgot my 3-d glasses. It is well excecuted!
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Very well taken indeed!!! Is it a 360 panorama or what?
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I've played with this, too, and find it to work MUCH better than in the past or on other cameras with the same feature. Fuji got it right.
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I've played with this, too, and find it to work MUCH better than in the past or on other cameras with the same feature. Fuji got it right.
You are right... but this does not work with motion or movement seen with people, flowers, trees, etc. Panorama in HS20 is only good for still scenes and not for moving scenes.
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You are right... but this does not work with motion or movement seen with people, flowers, trees, etc. Panorama in HS20 is only good for still scenes and not for moving scenes.
Well, yeah... I thought that was understood. Why would one even try?
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Very well taken indeed!!! Is it a 360 panorama or what?
No, I'd guess that it is around 280 degrees.
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