Bristol past its peak
|The beautiful $2.00 squid kite was a little overwhelmed by the gusty wind.|Assembling the nine foot Levitation delta. We also tried the seven foot PFK Nighthawk which handled the wind fine but the wind was too unpredictable to trust with a camera. Photo by Ellie.
The PowerShot S100 on a Saturn V Rig snapped this shot during the launch for a 40 minute flight when I returned on October 21.
|Stereographic projection of a spherical panorama stitched from 21 photos captured by a PowerShot S100 on a Saturn V Rig over the New Haven River in Vermont.|
This is the same 360° panorama displayed as a flat image with a spherical projection. Click to interact with the full resolution stitched image in a smooth spherical viewer embedded from Photosynth.net or see it at Photosynth.
- Model: PowerShot S100
- ISO: 80
- Shutter speed: 1/800 second (Tv)
- Focus: manual on infinity
- Focal length: 24mm (eq.)
- White balance: Sunny
- GPS: on
- Remote enabled: one push, quick
- The S100 has a shutter priority mode so CHDK is not needed for that
- Version: 2.4 (3-switch DIP)
- Sketch: version 2.08sfm (beta)
- Mode: Mode 0 (for 24 mm lens, 4 tilt angles, 25 photos/cycle)
- Power: 6 eneloop AAA
- Customization: The nadir tilt angle was changed from 20 to 11 so the camera was pointed straight down.
- Kite: FLED
- Wind: From S, 9 to 13 mph
- Duration: 40 minutes
- Photos taken: 829
- Software: Microsoft ICE
- Post processing: Some stitching errors in the little planet panorama were hidden in Photoshop, and some areas of overexposure were darkened. Panoramas at Photosynth cannot be passed through Photoshop so what you see there is what Microsoft ICE produced.