From the 85m high tower of Munich’s town hall you have a great view over the city centre. When you’re lucky you can even see the Bavarian alps in the distance. The tower can easily be ascend via elevator.
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Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: NEX-5 Exposure Time (sec): 1/800 F-Number: 7.1 Focal Length (mm): 7.5 Lens: Walimex 7.5mm/F3.5 ISO: 200
This panorama shows Bad Hindelang from the mountain station of the Imberger Horn cable car.
The Lensbaby Tilt Transformer makes it possible to mount Nikon lenses on the Sony NEX camera line.
See some experiments with the Lensbaby Tilt Transformer on the Sony NEX 5 using the Lensbaby Composer Focus Front and two differnet Nikon lenses.
This article presents a solution to the problem that the IR shutter mode of the Sony NEX 5 can't be combined with other shutter modes like bracketing. An arduino board with a servo is used to release the camera via the normal shutter button.
Some image samples taken with a SLR Magic 35mm/F1.7 lens mounted on a Sony NEX 5.
I try to answer the question whether it is possible to stitch a spherical panorama from sweep panoramas made with the Sony NEX-5 camera. The short answer is NO. I present some insights I got when I tried to make such a panorama.
This is from my 2019 calender either the Marcxh or the September page.
Bad Hindelang Panorama Shadow Self Portrait
Nikon Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 AI and Lensbaby Tilt
Bad Hindelang with Tilt-Shift effects
Remote Trigger with Arduino
Cornerfix profiles for ultra wide Voigtlaender lenses on
Heini Klopfer ski jump (on middle platform).
Barnafoss Bridge Downstream (Making Of)
Magic Experiments Bad Hindelang in Winter
Spherical pano combined from sweep panoramas
Entrance Munich’s South Cemetery – Quadruple Droste Spiral