GigaPan Epic Pro

Creating gigantic pixel large format images doesn’t necessarily require the use of Hubble sized optics and sensors. Using commercially available hardware, you can use your existing camera, along with software to shoot and stitch together amazing mosaics of comprised of unimaginably large numbers of pixels.

In this episode of All About the Gear Doug Kaye breaks down the good, the bad, and the robotic.

Check out Doug’s full and comprehensive text review over on his blog.

Some interesting GigaPixel images to explore:

Shanghai Skyline (12,000 images!) by Alfred Zhao http://gigapan.com/gigapans/66626
Barack Obama’s 2009 Innaugural Address (220 images) by David Bergman http://gigapan.com/gigapans/17217
Golden Gate Bridge (32 images) by Doug Kaye http://gigapan.com/gigapans/140616
Berkeley Marina (27 images) by Doug Kaye http://gigapan.com/gigapans/141255

Interactive GigaPixel images:

GigaPixel of the Golden Gate Bridge (Flash):

GigaPixel of the Berkeley Marina (Flash):

Gear for this episode provided by BorrowLenses.com

2 thoughts on “GigaPan Epic Pro”

  1. Great show with a great topic. There has been very few discussions about this topic. Thanks for making it one of yours.
    Jim

  2. This all about the gear show is really nice and you guys make the hell of a duo! Hope You’ll keep it going
    Cheers