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Jun 30, 2017 05:19 as a reply to  @ post 18389067 |  #3466

Good question - I'd like to know the answer too.

I've got one of these:

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Jun 30, 2017 05:48 |  #3467

Looks handy ... but also looks expensive.

I'm sure the Chinese would turn out something similar very cheaply if only there were a mass market for it. Clearly the adapter fits the TS-E 17mm. Any idea whether it would fit some or all of the other three TS-Es???


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Jul 01, 2017 03:40 as a reply to  @ DaviSto's post |  #3468

@DaviSto yes, that is the adapter I meant, thank you.
I can never remember the name ^^


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Jul 01, 2017 05:09 as a reply to  @ Ranger Kevin's post |  #3469

It was Jack880 who posted the link ... so I'll just pass the credit over to him. :-)


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Jul 19, 2017 08:20 |  #3470

The camera stayed in the same location as I shifted the lens. These adaptors are $$$ :(

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@cmoy did you just shift it with the camera normal on a tripod or did you use one of these special adaptors where you fix the lens and shift the camera behin it (with the front element standing still)?


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Jul 19, 2017 11:09 |  #3471

cmoy wrote in post #18405741 (external link)
The camera stayed in the same location as I shifted the lens. These adaptors are $$$ :(

Thank you, yes, the adaptors are indeed very pricy. I think you only really see the difference with very close-up panoramas, otherwise the parallax error from moving the lens will be so small you can't even see it (or you can easily retouch it in post)


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Jul 19, 2017 11:57 as a reply to  @ Ranger Kevin's post |  #3472

It should be possible to jury rig a solution using a macro focusing rail set-up (like this one https://www.amazon.co.​uk …psc=1&smid=A30A​IITTLA5T15 (external link))

It would mean that you had to make two adjustments for each shift instead of one. I'm sure it would be good enough to deal with most close up parallax errors, however. It's not whether the panorama is 'close-up' that is the issue but whether there are near foreground elements included in the image.


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Jul 20, 2017 13:48 |  #3473

DaviSto wrote in post #18405936 (external link)
It's not whether the panorama is 'close-up' that is the issue but whether there are near foreground elements included in the image.

Yeah, sorry, that's what I meant by "close-up panorama".


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Jul 20, 2017 14:06 |  #3474

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Yeah, sorry, that's what I meant by "close-up panorama".

I was sure of that but thought it was worth being a bit 'picky' for the benefit of any 'passers-by' who might stumble on this later.


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Aug 05, 2017 20:16 |  #3475


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Aug 06, 2017 12:49 |  #3476
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Sep 13, 2017 08:03 |  #3477

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