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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Too Much Speed September 15, 2019
    Took video clips of golf swings. Can't imagine anybody else cares to see old men swing golf clubs but they really found it valuable.//www.youtube.com/watch?v=vg5FI0PjqtUI have some new ideas for slow motion videos. They are memory hogs though. 240 frames per second adds up quickly.Statistics: Posted by jbtaylor — Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:31 pm
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  • Alpha Spotting • Re: 3 Alphas at once September 15, 2019
    I only see camera phones out there. I maybe the only one around here with still working A-mount cameras. Yes, I still have a working A350. Yesterday, the pop-up flash capacitor in the A580 gave up the flash, but it still works with external flashes. The A-mount, just slowly dies. My KM 7D lives on. […]
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360° panorama (QuickTime VR) from A700

Daniel Oi – who provided our most popular external link in recent weeks with his Glasgow Merchant City surround-vision stitched VR panorama – has created a superb view of the Kibble Palace glasshouse at Glasgow’s Botanical Gardens:

Kibble panorama

The full virtual reality pan-around (up down and everywhere!) version is at:

//cnqo.phys.strath.ac.uk/~daniel/Panos/Kibble.html

Another great example of this technique from Daniel, who is preparing an article for Photoworld’s Spring edition covering the techniques used to make these images.

– David


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