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Thread: Super Panoramic shots of Orchard Road (critical info)

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    Default Super Panoramic shots of Orchard Road (critical info)

    Guys, after discussing with Darren, who had agreed to help us into achieving the goal, I will need below info from you.

    1) nic and actual name of photog ("shooter")
    2) nic and actual name of their backup ("buddy")
    3) camera setup
    4) indicate camera is a "pre-wind" or "post-wind" type
    5) a column to indicate which saturday they are not able to shoot

    item (4) is to split them into 2 groups to avoid difficulty in stiching processing cause by the frame sequencing.

    item (5) can help to plan for both trial and the all out shoot.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) denniskee, denniskee
    2) not yet
    3) eos cam - 4, lens cover 50mm - 3, tripod - 3
    4) pre-wind - 3, post wind - 1
    5) na. (every saturday free)
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) wingless84, allen
    2) none yet
    3) minolta 505si, 50mm f/1.7, tripod
    4) post-wind
    5) most should be free.

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    ermm... sorry. i a bit swaku in SLR terms. but, wat is 'pre-wind' and 'post-wind'...
    If Life worked on auto mode then manual mode for photography would have never existed. ― Deeksha Mittal

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    pre-wind means when u load in the film catridge, the camera will straight away wind to the last frame, so that every frame you take will be wound back into the catridge. rationale is if u open the cover accidentally or by purpose, most shots will be saved as they are already inside.

    post-wind is the conventional method, where the camera will advance frame by frame when u shoot and will only rewind when "asked" to or when the last frame is exposed.

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    1) weevil84, danny
    2) none yet
    3) eos cam x1, manual film x 1. one lens for each cam
    4) 1 prewind and 1 post wind
    5) can take leave just to join the event. so take it as all saturdays available!

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil84
    pre-wind means when u load in the film catridge, the camera will straight away wind to the last frame, so that every frame you take will be wound back into the catridge. rationale is if u open the cover accidentally or by purpose, most shots will be saved as they are already inside.

    post-wind is the conventional method, where the camera will advance frame by frame when u shoot and will only rewind when "asked" to or when the last frame is exposed.
    oh, thanks, weevil84! i feel so stupid...

    1) nightwolf75 (sam),
    2) none
    3) Pentax MZ-7 with 28-90mm lens, EOS 300D+EF50mm/f1.8 (if need be)
    4) pentax - post-wind
    5) definitely free on every 4th sat of the mth. other sats, depends on schedule of shoot.
    If Life worked on auto mode then manual mode for photography would have never existed. ― Deeksha Mittal

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    1) madmacs, alvin
    2) not yet
    3) eos cam - 2, lens 50mm - 2, tripod - 1
    4) both postwind
    5) should be free unless something urgent pops up

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    1) sumball, chee ming
    2) not yet
    3) eos cam - 1, lens cover 50mm - 1, 24-135 - 1, tripod - 1
    4) post wind - 1
    5) only last saturday of Nov, should be free for all Sats in Dec

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75
    oh, thanks, weevil84! i feel so stupid...

    1) nightwolf75 (sam),
    2) none
    3) Pentax MZ-7 with 28-90mm lens, EOS 300D+EF50mm/f1.8 (if need be)
    4) pentax - post-wind
    5) definitely free on every 4th sat of the mth. other sats, depends on schedule of shoot.
    hi sam, just to clearify, will you be able to get a tripod? the camera have to be mounted to maintian the exact same frame through out.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) garyteo73, gary
    2) not yet
    3) Nikon, minolta cam - 4, lens cover 50mm - 3, tripod - 1
    4) post wind - 3
    5) every saturday free

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    hi sam, just to clearify, will you be able to get a tripod? the camera have to be mounted to maintian the exact same frame through out.
    oppss...

    a) nightwolf75 (sam)
    b) none
    c) pentax mx-7 with 28-90mm (300D & 50mm if need be), plus slik tripod+manfrotto ball head
    d) post-wind
    e) definitely free 4th sat, other sats depending on shoot schedule
    If Life worked on auto mode then manual mode for photography would have never existed. ― Deeksha Mittal

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil84
    1) weevil84, danny
    2) none yet
    3) eos cam x1, manual film x 1. one lens for each cam
    4) 1 prewind and 1 post wind
    5) can take leave just to join the event. so take it as all saturdays available!
    hi danny, as per my question to nightwolf75, pls state if you have a tripod. thanks.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    hi guys, pls give detial info. no problem if you dont have some equpt, we can share our resources like tripod and lens is we have extras. thats the purpose of this thread.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) scud (Yuen Choon)
    2) none
    3) EOS50x1, 50mmx3 (1xprime, 2xtelephoto), tripodx2
    4) post-wind
    5) Not free on: Oct-9th & 16th, Nov-20th

    Good effort from dennis, we can submit/file for longest panaromic shots in Singapore (or Guiness World Record)

    BTW, can we consolidate the name list in one thread? it would be easier for organiser to track.

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    1) weevil84, danny
    2) none yet
    3) eos cam x1, manual film x 1, one lens for each cam, tripod x2
    4) 1 prewind and 1 post wind
    5) can take leave just to join the event. so take it as all saturdays available!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    1) scud (Yuen Choon)
    2) none
    3) EOS50x1, 50mmx3 (1xprime, 2xtelephoto), tripodx2
    4) post-wind
    5) Not free on: Oct-9th & 16th, Nov-20th

    Good effort from dennis, we can submit/file for longest panaromic shots in Singapore (or Guiness World Record)

    BTW, can we consolidate the name list in one thread? it would be easier for organiser to track.
    hi yuen choon, can you pls confirm that you eos50 is post-wind? I think it should be pre-wind.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) yunghans, yunghans
    2) none
    3) no film camera (I can be the backup)
    4) N/A
    5) none yet.

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    1) Acrylonithrill, Louis Teo
    2) not yet
    3) Yashica EZS (Compact 35mm camera) [Tripod: 055 + 4KG Ball head]
    4) n/a
    5) every saturday free

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    Quote Originally Posted by acrylonithrill
    1) Acrylonithrill, Louis Teo
    2) not yet
    3) Yashica EZS (Compact 35mm camera) [Tripod: 055 + 4KG Ball head]
    4) n/a
    5) every saturday free
    1) Acrylonithrill, Louis Teo
    2) not yet
    3) EOS50E + 35-80 lens [Tripod: 055 + 4KG Ball head]
    4) pre-wind
    5) every saturday free
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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