Thanks Mark, Andy and Sury.
Mark- Thanks on the IR Pano kudos. It is one of my favorites from the trip. I know the feeling about living in a flat, densely populated area. Here in the 'burbs of America, I could maybe get a Pano of the identically pitched roofs in the area, but, that wouldn't be too neat..
Each pano that I considered a keeper, was usually at least the fourth or fifth attempt in regards to composition or sweep speed. I had to toss several due to stitching errors, including one that took quite a bit of off trail hiking, after a brutal day of hiking to get, only to be ruined by errors..
Andy- I was able to get the NEX-5N cheap enough that even including the price of conversion I still came out cheaper than the price of new at the time. If I had it to do over, I would have just converted my a700.... I would have more lens choice, and a viewfinder would be great.
P.S. A few years ago I posted a Pano on the old "Weather Today, Your Vicinity" thread. It was a 360° Pano from my roof, and I had at least three police cars drive by my house while I was on the roof taking the multiple shots it took for me to find the best for stitching. I decided that was the last rooftop Pano I needed to do!
Sury I really like that first one with the path and road leading the viewer into the shot. Well done.
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a77, a700, a200, Minolta 8000i, NEX C3, NEX 5N and more lenses than my wife suspects!