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Stich assist mode on other than cannon cameras? - Photography

On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 07:40:01 GMT, "James Brown" <noonehome.com> wrote: >Does anyone know of any other camera manufacturers that support something >similar to stitch assist on the canon cameras? > >thanks > I don't know about manufacturers support but if you are looking for software, search on "pixscreen lite". It is a freeware stitching (and more) software program for windows. Betty J...

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    Default Re: Stich assist mode on other than cannon cameras?

    On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 07:40:01 GMT, "James Brown" <noonehome.com>
    wrote:
    >Does anyone know of any other camera manufacturers that support something
    >similar to stitch assist on the canon cameras?
    >
    >thanks
    >
    I don't know about manufacturers support but if you are looking for
    software, search on "pixscreen lite". It is a freeware stitching (and
    more) software program for windows.

    Betty J
    Betty johnson Guest

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    Default Re: Stich assist mode on other than cannon cameras?

    The canon locks the exposure after the first shot. I dont think it locks
    white balance.

    The Canon software is not very good.



    "John O." <onewirealphaNO> wrote in message
    news:MPG.19760834cf266dfd9896c4news.mindspring.co m...
    > In article <EaZOa.396692$ro6.9634704news2.calgary.shaw.ca> ,
    > [email]noonehome.com[/email] says...
    > > In your guys opinion, which one does it the best?
    >
    > >
    > Keep in mind that as far as the camera in concerned, all it does is offer
    > compositional aids. It doesn't really make a pano. The pano is made in
    > software after you copy the pics to your computer.
    >
    > In my opinion, the canon has better compositional tools on the camera.
    > The Olympus has better exposure tools in pano. (locks exposure with oly
    > brand cards)
    > Software s on both.
    >
    > --
    > John O.
    > There is no slack in light attack.

    Marli Guest

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    Default Re: Stich assist mode on other than cannon cameras?

    > Keep in mind that as far as the camera in concerned, all it does is offer 

    Correct.
     

    I have a G1, and making a pano is a snap, even without a tripod (but a
    tripod gives a lower number of misaligned photos).
     

    It amazes me that Olympus gets away with hiding camera features when a
    third-party memory card is used. Very arrogant, in my opinion.
     

    Canon cameras come with photostitch, which is a simple but capable program
    for making panos. Example (resized):

    http://puntkomma.dhs.org/stuff/vakantie/lago_luino.jpg
    http://puntkomma.dhs.org/stuff/vakantie/berg_pano.jpg
    http://puntkomma.dhs.org/stuff/vakantie/berg_pano_2.jpg

    No editing done on these photos other than resizing and levels in PS7. All
    panos made without a tripod.

    If panos are your goal I don't why why you should not buy a Canon.


    JeroenH Guest

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