HOLY S&$@ IS
THIS COOL !!!
round of images demonstrating how versatile this is.
The Gigapan EPIC 100
I first saw the results of this at the Microsoft Photo Summit several years ago. They showed a several hundred image exposure taken with one of the prototypes of this device. The photo was a panorama of downtown Seattle and the resolution was beyond belief. I offered them a blank check for one but it was a few years away from available.
Last year, they offered the EPIC for sale at $100.00 off and I bought it before checking if my camera would work. It wouldn't so I had to return it. Last month they released the EPIC 100 and I got mine today. Here is my first Gigapan taken about a half hour after receiving it. I watched the video and learned how to set it up. It was really easy.
The panorama is 12 columns by 3 rows for a total of 36 images. It took about 25 minutes to stitch together. The box in the panorama is the area of the 100% image.
Just say "WOW" or, "Holy S*&$ !!!"
Go to their website for more information: Gigapan Systems
(As usual, click on the little picture to see the big picture.)
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