weka2000 wrote in post #9792535
Now is that 63 with both eyes open or just 1 and yes it is a serious question. Close 1 eye and thas what the camera sees 2D not 3D.
I always find before I take a shot esp landscapes close 1 eye and then see what it looks like
Ive done panos from 17mm - 500mm
In years gone by it was the 50 mm lens (on 35 mm format slr, or full frame) that was said to be closest to human eye view, which is why the film cameras came with 50 mm as standard equipment. The compacts of course had shorter lens, to compensate for being closer to the film plane.
One eye is correct as far as I am concerned, there were also stereo twin lens cameras which gave the three d effect of two eyes, they took 2 image at once and were viewed through special viewers, with two eye pieces. Cumbersome but they did work.