Thanks for looking, Moose. I knew it wasn't pano quality, but listing event
dates, time, speaker, etc doesn't attract many in today's world of staring at
screens <g>. TG-5 takes 3 shots as you pan,. then says busy-busy similar to
stacking. Never knew the 4 did it as I never looked at scene modes. Appears
Oly is convinced 12mp is better. Hard to beat if you want a camera in your
> On February 7, 2018 at 1:36 AM Moose wrote:
> On 2/3/2018 7:23 PM, Don Holbrook wrote:
> > > http://zone-10.com/tope2/main.php?g2_itemId=22704
> > Trying out a TG-5. Local fishing program. taken for their website.
> > Handheld, 3 frames, combined in camera, no edit. Reasonable for this use??
> > > Looks pretty funky to me. Might work with a distant landscape,
> > but not good with this interior. Whether good/useful
> depends on the folks who want it.
> Using a longer FL, for less distortion, turning vertical if necessary and
> hand shooting 6 or more frames with lots of
> overlap might convert OK in software. I recall a couple of interiors
> Philippe did that were pretty good.
> I haven't tried that function on my TG-4. Wouldn't have thought of using
> it, either, but done as above, 'cause that's
> what I do with other cameras. :-)
> I see they have backed MPs down to 12 from the TG-4's 16. Panny did that
> from the 18 MP ZS40 to the 12 MP ZS50 and I
> think it improved DR and noise, but then went back up with the ZS60. New
> sensor? Or marketing?
> Tri Bulge Moose
> What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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