I've put together a 360 degree image using the Panasonic Fisheye lens.
The 360 Company - St James' Church - Great Ormside
Will probably take another pass at this image but it gives you an idea.
The lens is so tiny and light, its very easy to stick this, a tripod, camera and pano...
Nice panoramics there.
Hoping to pickup the lens next week so I'll have examples as soon as get the nodal point down etc :smile:
I reckon the best approach will be 4 around at a sligh 5 or 10 degree angle upwards and then a seperate nadir.
Quick update. I emailed a number of vendors and they have pointed me to suitable products. However, I've decided to invest in a Panasonic 8mm Fieheye instead of adapting my Sigma. Granted it's going to be more expensive but weight is an issue with the Sigma when I combine this in my backpack...
Thanks everyone for taking time to respond and offer advice and welcome me to the forums.
I do realise that there are adapters by Panasonic, Olympus and 3rd parties which allow connection of non MFT lenses into the MFT cameras. It would be reassuring to find someone with that exact...
I have a Sigma 8mm Fisheye with a Nikon Mount. It's a bit of
8mm F3.5 EX DG Circular Fisheye - Fisheye Lenses - SigmaPhoto.com
Normally, I use the Sigma on a Nikon D200 but was wondering
if there was an adapter to allow use on my Lumix GF1 and if anyone had any recommendations...