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gagnant loic
rule for best pano in progressive mode
on Jul 22, 2011 at 10:20:24 pm

Hello

I work for internet and so i must use progressive mode
25 or 30p

i have the obligation to do some pano

do you know the rules to get the better pano

shutter speed?

time for the pano?

Depend on the diaph?
THe focal length?


Many many thanks for your knowledge


Loïc


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Peter Burger
Re: rule for best pano in progressive mode
on Jul 23, 2011 at 6:37:47 pm

What do you mean by "pano"? Pans? If so, there are lists out there. I got one somewhere on my computer. If I find it, I can send you a mail.

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Bob Dix
Re: rule for best pano in progressive mode
on Jul 28, 2011 at 10:48:18 pm

Use 1/50 sec mostly, pan slowly, no issues with 25fps i ,I never use progressive in editing the camera does that. Canon sell a special panning lens the EF L Pro 70-200 mm for horizontal panning but, you can get rid of any break up (that is unstable pixels moving out of sync) using an Image Stabilized Lens like the 35-135 mm IS EF. I have had no issues after using this lens hand held, turn off IS if using tripod. the f stop should not matter, the panning speeds from Peter may help ?

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