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Re: [OM] How Wide is Wide? [was New Sonie lens 20/1.8]

Subject: Re: [OM] How Wide is Wide? [was New Sonie lens 20/1.8]
From: Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 02:43:25 -0700
On 3/25/2020 2:11 AM, Philippe wrote:
A stitch in time saves nine it is said.

Here are two views of a tomb in the Valley of Kings, one of the many Ramses’s 
;-)

#1 - single shot, at the widest of the zoom range

http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/2020-Egypt/2020-Egypte-+Valley+of+the+Kings+-+Tomb-0461.jpg.html
 
<http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/2020-Egypt/2020-Egypte-+Valley+of+the+Kings+-+Tomb-0461.jpg.html>

and a pano with the same lens at the same FL

http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/2020-Egypt/2020-Egypte-+Valley+of+the+Kings+-+Tomb-pano.jpg.html
 
<http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/2020-Egypt/2020-Egypte-+Valley+of+the+Kings+-+Tomb-pano.jpg.html>

I’m unsure I’d have fared better with the 10 (read 15) mm UWA

The pano looks good to me, and made sure of the needed width. Problems occur in less than perfect, static conditions. <https://photos.app.goo.gl/2rb1hh24PgaxVqyD7>

Moving subjects, wind, and so on make a single shot preferable. As do the time 
and effort of stitching. :-)

  I had in the bag and that I was too lazy to take out.

When I'm carrying a separate camera for UWA, it's either around my neck or clipped on my belt with a QR clip. A separate lens in a big is a problem for me. Laziness or whatever tend to keep it unused.

It worked, that's the only criterion.

Simple Rules Moose

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