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Shooting in 3-D and panoramic shots?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Turbazz, Jun 2, 2015.

  1. Turbazz

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    correct me if I'm wrong I read somewhere you can shoot in 3-D?or did i Just miss read something...
    Also can you do panoramic shots?

    How do I get to these options
     
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    No 3D, and no panorama mode. you'll need to stitch your shots together with 3rd party software.
     
  4. Meta4

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    Yes .. you can do panoramas.
    You take multiple photos with overlap and use one of the panorama programs available to stitch.
    Like this ... made from 6 individual images.
    [​IMG]
     
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  5. jlo

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    Absolutely stunning capture.
     
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    Great image meta4. Was this manual?
     
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    No ... straight auto settings
     
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    Impressive.

    Back on topic. I experimented with pix4d software, which enables you to create 3d renders from still photos. Really impressive stuff. It's available for P2 / Inspire 1.

    I'm not sure if you can do it with the P3P as it needs a third party app to create a flight path. An example can be seen here:

     
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    Pix4d does support P3P for processing, just not the flight manager app yet. I made models of several projects at work just fine.


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    The 3D method you may be referring to is another thread on here in which a method of moving the Phantom is used to take 2 pictures a little apart and then combined in to a 3D picture using software called Stereo Photo Maker.