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Multiblitz Stand

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The Multiblitz stand, shot from the middle of one of their displays.

Testing the Panobot (again)

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Yet another go at calibrating the Panobot.

Tito Dupret and friends

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Tito Dupret of www.WHTour.org dropped by on Thursday afternoon.

Photokina Tour

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There are a series of guided tours of the different photo exhibitions at Photokina, and the IVRPA booth is on tour 4.

Velbon Stand

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Underneath one of the Velbon tripods. If you're doing table-top panoramas, make sure you have a look at their Ultra Maxi Mini tripod which is really small and adaptable. I'll be doing a mini-review of the one I bought in the next couple of weeks...

Tuesday Evening 4

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The Panobot in autonomous mode, wandering around by itself until it gets near an object and takes a panorama.

Tuesday Evening 3

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The Panobot in autonomous mode, wandering around by itself until it gets near an object and takes a panorama.

Tuesday Evening 1

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The Autopano crew, Matthias & Ian, during the get-together on Tuesday evening.

Here's your Kodak Moment

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At many of the booths where there are models to be photographed, men with long zoom lenses gather around trying to get as close as possible for a good closeup shot of the 'wares'. Take a couple of tens of photos and move on. Wham bam, thank you mam.

This gentleman took a different approach. He actually walked up to the lady in question to show her the image he just shot. Aw... Such gallantry... Or was it because he had his wife with him?

Nikon scoping out the competition?

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Nikon has one of the smartest setups for testing their longer zoom lenses. Most other camera vendors have some form of intricate display or stage, with models, cars, and big shows that actually have nothing to do with photography. But not Nikon. Nikon just lets interested photographers shoot the models across the hallway, at the Pentax booth. Good thinking Nikon, let the others pay for models!