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u3pog

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Friday, August 13th 2010, 9:03pm

8mm Sigma fullframe

Hi guys I just bought the famous 8mm Sigma and started playing around but I don't get it...

why people has this kind an image ...

I have this one ... not fullsize?

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Friday, August 13th 2010, 9:59pm

never mind ;) figured it out!

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Monday, August 16th 2010, 1:13pm

Your camera have not fullframe sensor, its croped 1.5
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Tuesday, August 17th 2010, 1:28am

Yeah ;) I though 7d has fullframe but not!

and then when I switched to 5d mark II everything went fine ;)

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Thursday, August 26th 2010, 10:15am

u3pog! I'm plannign on getting a 5d mark I I already have a simga 8mm. Can you share some of panoramas shot with the 5d?

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Thursday, September 9th 2010, 7:40pm

All the non-HD panoramas on my website [the HD ones are marked as such] are shot with the combo: Sony Alpha 900 (fullframe, 25mpix) with 8mm Peleng, if that is of any help to you...? => www.pano.ie

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Wednesday, November 24th 2010, 7:57am

u3pog! I'm plannign on getting a 5d mark I I already have a simga 8mm. Can you share some of panoramas shot with the 5d?


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Wednesday, November 24th 2010, 11:36am

i think when you go 5D that you should use a 12 or 15 mm L lens.
Then you have sort of the same as with an 8mm on a cropped camera.
With the 8mm sigma you lose like a thirth of the resolution of the camera on tyhe fullframe because the pictures get round and then you have a lot of black..

I shoot with 50D and 8mm sigma but when i have money for that 5D i spend some money on a good lens.

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Friday, December 31st 2010, 6:04pm

I use the 15mm fisheye on my 5D Mk II since it uses every pixel on the sensor. That gives me the most detail (equirectangular are 14000x7000)

If I'm shooting a lot of motion like a parade or something, I'll put the 8mm fisheye on it, to get the full circle (180x180). Yes, I lose resolution, but I'm able to capture more, and with a few shots at each compass location on my pano rig, I'm able to go back and fix "half people"

On my 40D and T2i (550D) I use the 8mm

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