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RE: [Rollei] Re: Rollei panorama head, and "nodal points"

> BTW, the ?bug? is a depth of field matter. You can see
> in my photograph first plane, medium plane and last
> plane. The railing is the subject closer to the
> camera, and it is slightly out of focus. If you look
> paying attention, also the first metal bar?s railing
> and its square are slightly out of focus, but itsn?t
> so evident.. I always take the panoramic views with
> the Rolleiflex at f/22, but in this case I used f/16
> to obtain more details in the last plane where the
> downtown is. The Xenotar 2.8 has its best performance
> at f/16. If I used f/22 the ?bug? don?t exist, you can
> be sure, but if you look the image 80 cm x 20cm from
> the suitable distance, this railing slightly out of
> focus isn?t evident and also you can see the downtown,
> the river and the International bridge with details.

Don't get me wrong, you have done an excellent job and I'm impressed by your
craftsmanship. The point I was trying to make is that you can actually see
that the picture is created by joining several photographs and not a
seamless panorama shot. If that is what you want, than it is fine. I prefer
seamless panos that is taken with a real panorama camera, or stitched
digitally with panorama software.

The ?bug? is not the DOF but the kinks in the railing. It reveals that it?s
not a seamless pano.

Siu Fai