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
This spherical panorama shows the interior of the Westend Synagogue in Frankfurt am Main
This photosphere was taken at the Freibergsee near Oberstdorf (Bavaria, Germany).
Near Point Lonsdale Lighthouse you have access to the beach via a short trail. You can find some iteresting rocks on the beach.
This is from my 2019 calender either the February or the August page.
This spherical panorama shows the Frühstückspavillon in Kassel (Germany).
This panorama has been taken from the viewpoint in Munich's Olympic Park.
This image was taken on the first of the suspension bridges on the Hooker Valley Track. ...
On the "Tartscher Bühel" you have a nice view over the upper part of the Vinschgau.
Originally this panorama was my submission to the World Wide Panaorama event 'Travel'
. I took it with a monopod mounted on a tripod and took four images with the Walimex 7.5mm fishe eye lens mounted on the Sony ILCE-QX1.
This image shows a panorama which was stitched from five images in portrait orientation.
Standing at the Freibergsee
Rocks near Point Lonsdale Lighthouse
Wiener Prater Boomerang – Stereographic Up
Frühstückspavillon in Kassel
Olympic Park Munich Viewpoint in Winter
Suspension bridge over Hooker River on the Hooker
View towards Mals from the Tartscher Bühel
Kalvarienberg Bad Hindelang
Westhafen Frankfurt am Main at sunset