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# 19265 11-Feb-2008 15:41
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I downloaded this really cool app the other day and installed on my N95.
It's called panoman and it allows you make panorama photos on your Symbian phone. Basically this involves standing in one spot and moving your phone around in a circle.

Panoman version one made panoramas that were quite small and not worth it really, but the new version, Panoman 3, makes really nice big ones of up to 32 mexapixels. It takes 12 picutres round in a circle as you move. The one I did I stopped it at 5 or 6 pictures and ended up with a 5968 x 1040 picture.

Even better, all the processing is done in your phone. No need to stitch together yourself.

Quite a reasonable price at 9.90 Euro, too!

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  # 109898 11-Feb-2008 15:52
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My N82 came with V2 of this software on it and i upgraded to V3 for the better exposure compensation and stitching. It's been fun to use too. It's definately a must if you like photographing.

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  # 109972 11-Feb-2008 19:50
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yea i love that app. i use it all the time when i can't fit everything i need in-frame. i originally had it on my sony-ericsson k750i and i got hooked. makes for some cool pics.

 
 
 
 


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  # 109986 11-Feb-2008 21:42
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Yeah, its nice. I've not had it long, so far my Flickr account only has one example pic for this though (search for murray_winiata to see it).




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