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  • in reply to: 2017 Ideal Dream 360 Camera Rig #14343
    Brendon Gee
    Brendon Gee
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    Again, Thanks for you input Jurgen.
    The main idea of this post is for people to comment on what they would like to own if money was no object or perhaps maybe consider the setup they have to be idea system for there needs. Also it would b e great to repost every year as technology changes over time – ie 2017 40-50MP cameras might be all the rage and in 2018 80-100MP etc.. Also it gives a chance for people like you have to provide positive/knowledge feedback on the pros and cons of such a rig and consider other oppositions.

    Brendon Gee
    Architect / Photographer

    in reply to: Upgrading equipment #14342
    Brendon Gee
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    Thanks Jurgen, Haven’t purchased the glass yet, waiting for Nikon’s announcement on there 820/850.

    Brendon Gee
    Architect / Photographer

    in reply to: 2017 Ideal Dream 360 Camera Rig #14338
    Brendon Gee
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    As someone starting out and not having tested a lot of cameras and lenses from various companies I would look at something that has a high Mega pixel and Dynamic range and ideally native glass. Since money is not an issue for a dream rig, I would look at a getting a multiply camera unit.
    A rig that contains 4 Sony a7r2 cameras with the canon 8-15mm fisheye lenses.
    Reason being is two-fold. 1) produce great high res still images from each camera 2) 4k video from each camera.

    This is my dream rig that is possible to purchase within 2017 I could have gone out and suggested RED camera’s but that is next years dream.

    Brendon Gee
    Architect / Photographer

    in reply to: Upgrading equipment #14285
    Brendon Gee
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    Ok Guy, if Budget was not and issue, what would be the ideal/dream camera/lens/pano head setup for 360 Photography.

    Would your ideal/dream setup be a singular camera setup or multiply cameras setup?

    Thoughts/Comments

    Brendon Gee
    Architect / Photographer

    in reply to: Artifact line after photoshop editing on 360 pano #14248
    Brendon Gee
    Brendon Gee
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    Hey Guys,

    Not ideal but I use a combination of Photoshop and Affinity Photo for editing seams. Some great YouTube tutorial’s for Affinity on editing 360 pano’s

    Brendon Gee
    Architect / Photographer

    in reply to: Upgrading equipment #14244
    Brendon Gee
    Brendon Gee
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    Thanks Jurgen for your comments. Out of interest what adopter are you using for your lens. I like to the Canon glass as well I have/had used Canon DSL in the past.

    I’m looking at the Metabones Canon EF Lens to Sony E Mount T Smart Adapter (Mark V).

    Brendon Gee
    Architect / Photographer

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