I just watched an Adorama TV tutorial about panoramas on YouTube. The bits I took home besides fixing manual exposure before capturing were: Even greater photographers than me seem to loose a lot of final image real estate by leaving out a corner here and half a foreground frame there. Processing the final thing in PS will take ages. So I wonder: Is there a way to set my camera to RAW & ultra tiny JPEG and have a WLAN tethered unspectacular tablet stitch a rough sketch of the panorama in a timely fashion so that I'll be able to add the 2 or 3 missing frames to the outline of the final image while I am still on location? Recommendations for the right app to use appreciated too. Thanks in advance.