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GigaPan at Night > San Francisco October Night by chad pfarr

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Taken by
chad pfarr chad pfarr
Explore score
144
Size
0.19 Gigapixels
Views
56795
Date added
Oct 08, 2008
Date taken
Oct 08, 2008
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Photo was taken from Yurba Buena Island looking West toward Sanfrancisco. Composed of 105 images taken with a Canon 20D mounted on a modified Gigapan panoramic head.

EXIF Data:
Camera Model: Canon EOS 20D
Owner: Chad Pfarr
Date/Time: 2008:10:08 15:26:27
Copyright: chad pfarr
Shutter speed: 30 sec
Aperture: 9
Exposure mode: Manual
Flash: Off
Metering mode: Multi-segment
ISO: 100
Focal length: 200mm
Image size: 3504 x 2336
Color profile: IEC 61966-2.1 Default RGB colour space - sRGB


Gigapan Comments (8)

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  1. chad pfarr

    chad pfarr (April 13, 2010, 10:27PM )

    I misspelled the name Yurba, it is actually Yerba; however, the vantage point is actually on Yerba Buena, Treasure Island has a similar view but it is different. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yerba_Buena_ Island Will open in a new tab or window

  2. Joel  Baldwin

    Joel Baldwin (March 23, 2010, 12:58AM )

    BTW: This was taken from Treasure Island, not Yurba Buena.

  3. Tim Bartek

    Tim Bartek (May 10, 2009, 01:20PM )

    I've been trying to make an adapter for my Canon 30D but it is always too heavy on the front end.. Is there a photo of your adapter?

  4. chad pfarr

    chad pfarr (October 21, 2008, 09:46AM )

    you can find the Rig Mod here..... chadpfarr.com

  5. James Turley

    James Turley (October 21, 2008, 08:48AM )

    Hi...lovely Pan. Could you upload a snap of 20D/gigapan rig? Thanks!

  6. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (October 09, 2008, 11:09AM )

    Very beautiful, congratulations.

  7. chad pfarr

    chad pfarr (October 09, 2008, 10:32AM )

    the mount that I made is a simple L bracket purchased from HomeDepot ( called a Simpson Tie, used in construction) with another metal plate attached to the L bracket to mount the camera on. The nodal point was visually approximated by viewing paralex movement through the viewfinder on the camera and making adjustments before getting the final measurments. finally a 1/4 hole was drilled in the base plate to secure to the tripod post on the camera. I will try and upload an image tonight ( a picture is worth a thousand words). -chad

  8. Joel  Baldwin

    Joel Baldwin (October 09, 2008, 02:34AM )

    Panos like this are what the Gigapan project is all about! You've got me chomping at the bits to try shots like this with my 450D with higher resolution and HDR. Could you please say more about how you mounted the 20D on the Gigapan?

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