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Hello and many thanks to all who helped me doing by this job! With your tips, I was able to get very good results. The customers were more than content. After the job (before 4 weeks) I4ve caught a crick, so I wasn4t fancy to do things like writing E-Mails. Here4s how I did it: The helicopter was an older Hughes (something with C at the end). We circled around the objects at ca 900 feet radius and height. I was sitting in the back and fixed with a rope, so I was able to lean myself out of the machine to avoid photographing the landing-feets (I don4t know the real english word for this ;-) ). I4ve rent a gyro stabilizer, but it died before the flight, so I had to do it without. The source material was captured with a Nikon D1 and a Sigma 14 (21) mm. All pictures were made in singleshot mode with 1/500 sec. There was a break of 2 or 3 seconds between each image (The time the D1 needed to save on a 340MB IBM Microdrive). After each round, I had about 40 pictures (+/- 5). The alignment was made in MM-Director with the center tool. I4ve delivered two versions: QuicktimeVR and FreedomVR (Java). The roll in the alignment could be a little bit better next time. Maybe someone knows another method than with Director?! Again, thanks to all of you. Greetings, Oliver
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