This panorama has been shot handheld with the innovative Sony ILCE-QX1 ‘camera’. I took one image in each cardinal direction and an extra shot for zenith and nadir. I held the camera obove my head to reach a higher view point and released using my smart phone. For a more detailed description of the setup see this post from PanoTwin Jürgen.
The maximum equirectangular panorama size of this setup is about 10000×5000 pixel according to PTGui. However the one you see below has been downsized to 6000×3000 pixel before publishing it on Google Views.
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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: ILCE-QX1
Exposure Time (sec): 1/160
Focal Length (mm): 7.5
For shooting the WWP Paths event I used a new tripod/monopod construction you can see here:
This is from my 2019 calender either the February or the August page.
Taranaki Falls is a 20 m high waterfall which can be reached with a one hour hike from Whakapapa Village. ...
Bad Hindelang seen from the viewpoint Nusche.
While taking a little hike near Lynton I took this panorama.
This panorama has been stitched from 15 individual fish eye images. I combined the panorama using PTGui and used exposure fusion for creating the final panorama from three bracketed shots.
This is from my 2018 calender either the March or the September page.
This panorama shows Sovereign Hill, an open-air museum in Golden Point, a suburb of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. The museum depicts the early years after the discovery of gold in 1851.
Making of WWP312 Paths Event
Wiener Prater Boomerang – Stereographic Up
Entrance of the Shrine of Remembrance (Melbourne)
Taranaki Falls in Tongariro National Park
Bad Hindelang seen from Nusche
At the entry of Luna Park (Melbourne)
Castle Rock near Lynton (Devon, England)
Justice Palace Munich – Atrium Stereographic Hexagonal Triple
Sovereign Hill (open-air museum in Ballarat)