P-Mirror pano lens, anybody use one?

Discussion in 'Extreme, Retro, Instant and More' started by color, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. I ran across a device that lets you take a panorama photo in one shot. It's basically an oddly shaped mirror, convex shape, that you take a photo of and then process the image in software that comes with the device. They're on the European market and run around $300. Anyway, has anyone here used the P-Mirror? I'm sure it's not a good tool for making panos that you'd be able print larger than 18 x 24, but still it's intrigueing.
     
  2. Just in case, well I hope someone replies!, I found a photo of a p-mirror. I think it screws into the filter thread on the front of a lens.
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  3. I think it's specifically for generating stuff for websites... the software has to do some serious bending so you aren't going to get much of a usable image for prints out of it.
     
  4. That's gonna be a lot of distortion to correct.
     
  5. It looks like a knock off of a eyesee360. http://www.eyesee360.com Mostly meant for virtual tours for real estate, etc.
     

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