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Old 20th October 2018
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Re: Fish-eye and De-fish

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Originally Posted by Otto View Post
......... I'm quite surprised at how much extra the fisheye can see. ..............

So was I, when I first saw the de-fish results .

The settings for FOV in the PanoTools menu are quite critical for controlling the curvature at the edges. Since I first posted, I've made a further small adjustment to the second image, which has helped a little.


My fish-eye shots were all taken at f/2. Possible a smaller aperture would improve edge definition but my objective was to test the low-light capability
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