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Old Jan 3, 2005, 5:06 PM   #1
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Stitching 2 high by 2 wide = 4 pics into one gives the equivalent of a 15 to 20 mega pixel image. So if it was something you wanted to print at poster size of 20x30 or larger you could. Also you don't have to stop there you could keeping on going stitching as many photos as you want.
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Old Jan 3, 2005, 5:17 PM   #2
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i was thinking about this last night. but then i forgot i was thinking about it, and you just reminded me! thanks :-D so you, as long as you got them straight and everything that goes with that, you could in theory make a picture as big as you wanted with that software. looks like you did a good job of it there.

edit: of course there are some limits, with distortion increasing the more you add and so on, but still, could make alot larger prints than you could with just one shot.
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Old Jan 3, 2005, 5:31 PM   #3
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i was thinking about this last night. but then i forgot i was thinking about it, and you just reminded me! thanks :-D so you, as long as you got them straight and everything that goes with that, you could in theory make a picture as big as you wanted with that software. looks like you did a good job of it there.

edit: of course there are some limits, with distortion increasing the more you add and so on, but still, could make alot larger prints than you could with just one shot.
Hi spidamonkey I did not use the software that came with the FZ20. I had been using software I downloaded from another website. This guy has stitched together 196 photos to make a giga pixel image. The software from this site fixes all the problems that go with making images of this size. Actually it is two separate software programs. You use one to access the other.

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http://www.tawbaware.com/maxlyons/index.html
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very neat stitchwork
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