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Making a pano with a R2400

 
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Oct 05, 2009 18:18 |  #1

Hi,
I have had my R2400 for a year and love it. Today I made my first pano and although it turned out fine I have a question about a setting.

In the paper options I entered roll, cut sheet mode, and then I clicked OK. Under paper size I clicked user defined. The next screen I needed to enter the paper width and the paper height in .01 of an inch.

Just making sure it is set right if I want to make a 36"X11" pano would I enter 1100 in the paper width and 3600 in the paper heigth?

Thanks all,


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17-55 IS
70-200 f2.8 IS
Leica M3 :p

  
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