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Sep 29, 2020 08:29 as a reply to  @ post 19119092 |  #9736

I'm curious why did you use 10s to capture your photo?
also, have you heard of Kuula for virtual tours? it's about 12$ a month but results look great! I haven't used it yet but i'm strongly considering it.




  
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Oct 02, 2020 03:33 as a reply to  @ post 19115487 |  #9737

put in a preorder one hour after it was announced and adorama still has it on backorder..

What I'm most psyched about though is the ef-rf cpl drop in filter.


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Oct 12, 2020 03:45 |  #9738

A lot of post work for this client. Argh the GLARE


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Oct 12, 2020 03:46 |  #9739

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Oct 31, 2020 20:58 as a reply to  @ Digitalbar's post |  #9740

Are you using solely HDR or mixing with flash?




  
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Oct 31, 2020 21:05 as a reply to  @ post 19119952 |  #9741

Hi, Curious why the • 1/3200 • f/3.5 • ISO 400 settings. Maybe bring up the depth of field to at least 7.1, the shutter speed down to like 1/400 and the Iso down to 200. Pic seems a little oversaturated. Maybe a little 2 much orange in the brick in front of the home and on the white of the trim. Not trying to insult, just give an opinion. Have a great day.




  
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Nov 01, 2020 08:00 as a reply to  @ LVDJC's post |  #9742

Flash - manual bracketing - composite

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Nov 01, 2020 11:15 as a reply to  @ post 19119092 |  #9743

Agree that Matterport is not going to be around much longer. I had looked into them a while back but did not like their pricing style. I have the Theta Z which I upgraded to from to V. I do the Zillow 3D, Walkthrough and now am able to get basic floor-plans (no dollhouse) through Zillow. All free. I was told that soon the homes that use the Zillow extra services will have a different look and better visibility on Zillow.




  
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Nov 01, 2020 23:13 |  #9744

I currently use 3dvista (software) and PTGUI (software). The initial cost is up there as well as the learning curve, about 1-2 weeks but worth it. Gives me way more control than Matterport. 3dvista can be sent as a stand alone virtual tour, meaning my clients and clients client do not have to have special software to run besides their regular system. I host on my existing platform with no limits and can tie it to my Squarespace page. I run 3 different web systems on the platform.

I do use the Theta Z for quick low budget shoots with background music.

Higher end virtual tours I use the Sony A7III with Nodal ninja R1 and the above software mentioned.

All color correction, window pulls, and touches through lightroom and photoshop (including nadir & Zenith)

For Business and Corporate, I use the A7Riii for the ability to zoom in feature within a pano.

My cost:

3dvista $450 lifetime first year upgrades included new features seem to be included all the time
PTGUI $225 lifetime first year upgrades included
Nodal Ninja R1 $125 ebay used




  
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Nov 10, 2020 10:29 |  #9745

Digitalbar wrote in post #19146618 (external link)
I currently use 3dvista (software) and PTGUI (software). The initial cost is up there as well as the learning curve, about 1-2 weeks but worth it. Gives me way more control than Matterport. 3dvista can be sent as a stand alone virtual tour, meaning my clients and clients client do not have to have special software to run besides their regular system. I host on my existing platform with no limits and can tie it to my Squarespace page. I run 3 different web systems on the platform.

I do use the Theta Z for quick low budget shoots with background music.

Higher end virtual tours I use the Sony A7III with Nodal ninja R1 and the above software mentioned.

All color correction, window pulls, and touches through lightroom and photoshop (including nadir & Zenith)

For Business and Corporate, I use the A7Riii for the ability to zoom in feature within a pano.

My cost:

3dvista $450 lifetime first year upgrades included new features seem to be included all the time
PTGUI $225 lifetime first year upgrades included
Nodal Ninja R1 $125 ebay used

Can you show some examples tours with both the Theta Z1 and the Sony?


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Dec 30, 2020 10:48 as a reply to  @ Nismode's post |  #9746

amairphoto wrote in post #19119583 (external link)
So currently what camera is the best for these 3D walkthroughs? if not Matterport and the Leica..

Theta Z1 is currently the goto outside of the Matterport Pro 2 camera, and is a very good quality and fast run and gun camera.

There are some other ones that I would like to see more of, like the insta360 pro 2, but they are significantly more expensive.


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Jan 10, 2021 14:46 |  #9747

I finally got the opportunity to try out my new Nikon Z7ii for a job.

Nikon Z7ii
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Jan 18, 2021 03:39 |  #9748


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Jan 21, 2021 19:04 |  #9749


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Jan 23, 2021 21:13 |  #9750


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This is a new Orthopedic Sports Medicine near me. This is a building I wanted to shoot but the contractor already had it shot, but very poorly... so I wanted to capture it a) To get their business and b) for my portfolio.

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