Telc 2

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Martin_Kulhavy

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Telc (pronouced Teltsch) is small town inthe south of the Czech Republic. It was on my list for a long time, so when I got the telescopic mast I didn't want to miss the opportunity. The weather was not great, but on the other hand the clouds make interesting atmosphere. There is also lovely castle in Telc, I will return there later. Here is my second panorama from Telc: http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=ef42a438-4e24-43a6-b2df-2dcab41bc3ef
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Gigapixels 1.42
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Date Created 5/22/2011
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David-Photosynth-Team Over 1 year ago
Martin -- this is completely wonderful. Please give us a getotag and a description on it!
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
Done.
inigom Over 1 year ago
Perfect.
What is your equipement?
inigom Over 1 year ago
Canon 5D Mark II with a Sigma 50mm @ f/8.
Orion robotised head.(cost? E€?)
THANK'S
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
Orion head is modified astronomic mount. You can find more details here: http://www.autopano.net/wiki-en/action/view/PapyMerlin_FAQ and on the forum here: http://www.autopano.net/forum/f20-motorized-panohead-project-merlin,orion-papywizard
I would estimate the cost of the head with all my modifications to £250.
Jan.Vegso Over 1 year ago
Perfect!
MagiView Over 1 year ago
Superb, Martin. I just added it to my favorites!

Just a question: what sort of telescopic mast did you get? Did you rent it?

Jacques
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
It is 12.5m high telescopic mast. I order it from here: http://www.totalmastsolutions.com/
Some details about the mast are here: http://www.kolor.com/forum/t10173-12.5m-telescopic-mast
Clockarium Over 1 year ago
Thank you for the tip, Martin. This is something to try. Is it really very stable?
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
It is very stable. I have just checked the optimiser results and average error is just over 1 pixel with maximum of 3 pixels, so no extra errors due to the wind. You can actually see that there are almost no stitching errors. I always used guide ropes.
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