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    Re: Digital Transitions Visualizer - Lens Equivalency Made Easy

    You can move the "sensor image" around, it then shows the shift/rise/fall.


    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    It's a nice tool, easy to use. I would however, like to be able to specify the shift if possible. If this can be done already, I've missed it :-(. Thanks for making this available.

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    Thanks Peter - I had missed that. And - Yes Doug - this does what I wanted. Thanks.

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    I think you used the link at the start of this thread and not the new version here:
    http://www.digitaltransitions.com/pa...ra-visualizers
    Yes, I'd missed the second link. Looks interesting. But of course I'd have to buy a technical camera or a camera with shifts to really get some advantage to the image circle business.

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    Thanks Doug, very useful!!
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    Thanks Doug, a very nice little tool! Hope it can be downloaded for use in the field at the more remote part of the world. I'll pay for it.

    Good work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by torger View Post
    Great tools! A horizon/crosshair would be nice in the image circle tool. Standard setup for me is a level camera (to get upright rendered trees/buildings) and then shift to place the horizon in the image. Portrait orientation would be nice to have too. edit: found portrait orientation

    For example being able to shift down so much that the horizon is on the top 1/3 when in portrait orientation is something I like to be possible.
    This was very easy to add. So I've already done it. Thanks for the suggestion.

    Also added the remaining lenses and corrected the errant "double" instance of the 32HR.

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    Re: Digital Transitions Visualizer - Lens Equivalency Made Easy

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    This was very easy to add. So I've already done it. Thanks for the suggestion.

    Also added the remaining lenses and corrected the errant "double" instance of the 32HR.

    https://www.digitaltransitions.com/p...ra-visualizers
    Hi Doug

    This is really great, Is there a reset button I missed, since as always I get lost in things then have to come back to reality
    Thanks

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    Re: Digital Transitions Visualizer - Lens Equivalency Made Easy

    wow this is fantastic. As someone thats coming from 6x17 i love that you can do 617 vs MFD. The only thing I want to see is how much shift with a certain MFD lens I need to do to equal my 90mm or 105mm on my Fuji.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wryphotography View Post
    wow this is fantastic. As someone thats coming from 6x17 i love that you can do 617 vs MFD. The only thing I want to see is how much shift with a certain MFD lens I need to do to equal my 90mm or 105mm on my Fuji.
    I hope to combine both tools together so that you can see the result of different lenses and stitching combinations. It will not be easy however and I don't expect to complete it anytime soon.

    In the meanwhile if you're working with us (Digital Transitions) as a client I can create such charts/sample-stitches on a case-by-case basis.
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    Thanks Doug. The tools you created helped me a LOT in choosing the appropriate lens/back combination for me. The world of "Technical" Medium Format Digital is somewhat confusing at first and this just helps in making sense of it all. Very cool.

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