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    Default IR Panoramic Kallang River

    This IR panoramic photo was taken with S602Z + Hoya R72.
    Had left it at it's original tint...


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    Nice panoramic pic...

    does this S602Z DC can take panoramic pic...? or you just take a few photos and stitched it...may I know what is this Hoya R72...?
    i want to know all these 'coz i also owned Finepix S602Z, in fact just bought it last week from AP with circular polarizer.

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    R72 is an infrared red filter.
    Check out my wildlife pics at www.instagram.com/conrad_nature

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    Originally posted by mpenza
    R72 is an infrared red filter.

    thanks...
    roughly how much it costs?

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    Hi Doods,

    I use Pixaround software to stitch up the individul photos.

    I bought my R72 for abt $25.

    Originally posted by Doods



    thanks...
    roughly how much it costs?

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    Originally posted by ark19
    Hi Doods,

    I use Pixaround software to stitch up the individul photos.

    I bought my R72 for abt $25.

    May I know where to get this Pixaround software and how does it work?

    Btw, I presume that a panoramic shot involves mounting the camera on a tripod and taking shots from different angles? Thereafter, you'll use the software to stitch it?

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    Glad to know someone is playing IR. I have the same Hoya R72, size 49mm. Use on my Canon G2. Just begin to experiment on it. IR photo, either you like it or you don't. Care to meetup together and let's rock IR together.

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    Originally posted by ark19
    Hi Doods,

    I use Pixaround software to stitch up the individul photos.

    I bought my R72 for abt $25.

    Thanks for the tip ark19. Hope all S602Z DC owners could meet together and have some shooting schedule.

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