Bad Hindelang seen from Nusche

This panorama shows Bad Hindelang from the viewpoint Nusche, that’s just halfway to the urban district of Gailenberg. It is a sort of an experiment because it is one of my first hand held shots with the Sony NEX-5 camera using the 16mm pancake lens and the fisheye converter. I took eight pictures around, two zenith and two nadir shots. I took eight images, because with only a Philopod setup this is easier to shoot than only six shots around, which would give you enough overlap for the lens combination. The original equirectangular image had a size of 12000×6000 pixels.

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