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Virtual tour hello im taking virtual tour photos and am coming up with blurry images. im not sure what setting to fix. im basically taking pictures in a circle. i dont want to manually focus. im using a fisheye lens. help please

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  • nsfbr May 11, 2010

    Okay, I think I wasn't clear enough when I asked you to tell me what lens you are using.  I'm trying to find out exactly what particular lens you are using.  Is it this one:  http://www.photosynthesis.co.nz/nikon/dx...




    If not, go here:  http://www.photosynthesis.co.nz/nikon/le... and find the right lens and post it.  


    Also, do you have a tripod you can use?  

  • nsfbr May 11, 2010

    Are the photos blurry as in showing movement of the camera or lack of focus in the lens?  An easy way to tell the difference is to zoom in on something with some detail and see if the blur is in a particular direction or not.  




    Then look at the exif data for the image(s) and post what the shutter speed, f-stop, and ISO speed.  Finally, post exactly what lens you are using so I can see what the limitations are.


    Thanks.

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The picture is blurry due to lack of focus in the lens.
Im using a fish eye lens. my f\stop is 6.3 shutter is 30.
Im trying to due a virtual tour of my kitchen so its a big picture that i want all in focus. i have tried different settings on my camera but i think im making it worse.

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