World’s First Spherical Panorama Shot on the Hasselblad Lunar

July 8, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Compact System Camera, Photographers | 1 Comment |
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Singapore-based photographer Aram Pan has created what must be the world's first spherical panoramic image shot on a Hasselblad Lunar. Having produced commercial VRs in Singapore, China, Greece, Indonesia, Israel, Jordan, Malaysia and Thailand; professional virtual-tour photographer Aram Pan used a Zeiss Touit Distagon T* 12mm f/2.8 lens on his newly purchased, US$6995 Hasselblad Lunar camera to shoot the source frames needed for the 360° panoramic image of Singapore Botanic Gardens, which can be viewed at the website below.

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#1 Simon

Could probably have done the same thing with an X10 or (place compact camera name here) and saved a bundle. Nice looking wood though.

8:36 am - Tuesday, July 9, 2013