Making 360 panorama’s for Google Streetview. I use Autopano Giga for stitching the pictures. But most of the software will work just fine. Click ‘Detect’ and Autopano will make a panoramic picture. Click ‘Edit’ to make some adjustments to the panorama. Make sure the projection settings is set to ‘Sperical’
About two months ago I found a ‘cheap’ second hand Nikon 24-120mm f/4.0 and decided to give it a go. I will write a review soon, but I was asked about it’s VR capabilities via Youtube, so I made a short video about that.
Introduction In my quest for a new lens / combination of lenses for my Nikon D610, I opted for the ‘prime’ option instead of a zoom. More on this choice can be found here. This means I was going to buy a couple of prime lenses that will span the 20-85mm range. All
As promised earlier I would explain my choice for a set of prime lenses instead of one (or more) zoom lenses and tell about my experience with shooting primes. I will focus on photography mainly, although most of this post also applies for my DSLR – video experience with prime
Moving from a crop sensor D90 to a Full Frame D610 I was curious how the continuous modes of both camera’s would compare when it comes to speed and buffer size. I set up both camera’s like so: Continues mode D90 = H and D610 = CH disabled all image
Now that I have my Nikon D610, I was eager to try if it could be of any use for my trainspotting hobby. Being used to a Panasonic HC – X900, with it’s small sensors, stabilisation and zoom lens, it was kind of a shock when trying the D610 with
As I stated in my previous post, I am looking for a replacement for my 18-200mm lens on my D610 (Full Frame). In this post I compared the Sigma 24-105mm f/4 to the Nikon 24-120mm f/4, but I was not convinced the image quality of these two zooms was good
After I bought the (Full Frame) Nikon D610, I needed to get a replacement for my 18-200 DX lens. In this post I will explain my search and focus on two possible options: AF-S Nikkor 24-120 mm F4G ED VR II Sigma Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM
In the previous post about creating timelapses (read the previous post) I talked about some flickering that occured in the third sequence. The display is showing there are 1 hour and 31 minutes to go.
One of the (nice) features the Nikon D610 offers, is the option to create timelapse sequences in camera. Starting this process is rather simple (although setting up the camera the ‘right’ way may be more tricky).