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Beside the Reflecting Pool - iPhone 5
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This is a companion to my Nexus 4 version. Both were captured at the same location, identical actually. Both used the modified Gymbl Pano mounts to eliminate parallax, and both were stitched with AutoPano. The differences are mainly due to the cameras, although both have 8 megapixel sensors. The Nexus version has a few artifacts of camera movement because it used a more flexible plastic bracket and because there is no way to remotely actuate the shutter of the Nexus resulting in some deflection/vibration.
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Uploaded: 12/03/2013
Updated: 25/04/2014
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