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post #271 of 278 Old 09-15-2017, 01:08 PM
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There's some alignment and keystone issues because of toe-in with cameras. I fixed as much as I could in post, it's mainly the green stems don't line up. I tried to line it up so the focus point, the mantis was aligned but there is some keystone problems there too. It's just a problem with side by side cameras and toe-in. Some shots were better than others, the last minute or so is a little better.

I'm going to make a mini studio box with black background to block out the background so that doesn't effect the shot, also ordered beamsplitter glass and going to build a mirror rig so I can get lenses closer.

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This isn't 3D but playing around with a new toy. The Nikon P900 with a 2000mm zoom.

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This isn't 3D but playing around with a new toy. The Nikon P900 with a 2000mm zoom.

https://youtu.be/tNjGCb3YhGE
Damn, that lens has some long legs!!
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Tom, I now have the Nikon B700, which does 1440mm 60X zoom. I love it. Before that I had it's predecessor, the Nikon P610 60X zoom and took that to Africa and got a lot more usable pics of animals than anyone with huge 600mm lenses.

One of my favorite moon shots from the P610 attached. You can get this and more with the P900 with a little fiddling. Also, if you take moon shots one day and then later when the moon wobbles (I have no idea when that is but look at the link) you can get a good stereo shot of it. https://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/3d/st...dgallery22.htm
I haven't tried it yet, but maybe I will soon. Will take some patience.

See attached. Yeah, I was lucky that day...lol. This was the day of the Super Moon, when the moon was closest to the Earth. I haven't tried doing this video, I will have to try that as well. Thanks for sharing.
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Not bad shot there, Bob, the B700 has 20mp sensor, P900 only 16 but 83x zoom. I wouldn't have bought it accept Adorama had some refurbs for under 500 so I pulled the trigger on it, honestly I wouldn't pay over 500 for it, other cameras I would buy first. Using it mainly for long lens stuff. Fun to play with it and show people how much it zooms in because it's just freakishly crazy how far it zooms in. Basically, a spy camera.

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This was shot in both 2D and 3D (3D is the portion on the train and on the bus. The 2D is shot with a Sony AX53 and pushed back in post for a fake 3D look.


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Wow, Don, the "ghost" images and story in the video were great! Well done!
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