Dr V G Mohanan Nair, APSA, QPSA  

My 3D Hardware by Dr V G Mohanan Nair, APSA, QPSA

June 2022 - My 3D Hardware

June 2022 - Dr V G Mohanan Nair, APSA, QPSA


About the Image(s)

Camera Canon EOS 7D, ISO-400, shutter speed 1/60 sec (hand held), f/4.5, focal length 33mm. Taken by Cha-cha method. After aligning in SPM, minor corrections in exposure, levels and color were done in photoshop.

These are my current 3D hardware. Just added a Canon R5 with RF 5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye lens last week. Eventhough this is 180 degree VR image production lens,I find it difficult to take proper 3D images.

This round’s discussion is now closed!
8 comments posted

David Allen   David Allen
I recognize the function all the items accept the polarized glasses. Do you have some sort of 3D display that uses these polarized glasses? 3D TV- dual projectors- special 3D computer monitor- 3D modulator in front of a single projector?   Posted: 06/02/2022 19:38:34

Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
The depth is good, but there are issues with light. The light seems to have moved between the two shots, resulting in the shadows appearing in front of the objects. Also, the top screen is on in the right image but off in the left.   Posted: 06/10/2022 14:04:51
David Allen   David Allen
Was the odd shadow below the right W3 caused by the W3 flash? The W3 flash does make odd shadows.   Posted: 06/12/2022 23:08:46
Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
I kept items on my bed and took the image. Strong light was coming from the window, which created the shadow. To compensate the strong light from the window, I placed the LED light at an angle from front. This light created the bright spot glare on Canon lens.   Posted: 06/19/2022 04:26:38

Barry Rothstein   Barry Rothstein
nice grouping, bright spot glare coming off the Canon   Posted: 06/17/2022 17:48:57
Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Please see the reply to David as an answer to your question about the bright spot on Canon.   Posted: 06/19/2022 04:27:44

Signe Emmerich   Signe Emmerich
I think the grouping should have separation of all the parts so that there is no touching. In other words, slightly move the glasses so they don't blend in with the cameras, except for the clear plastic one. And it is rather tight on the left and right edges. The canon strap could be opened and arranged into the upper left corner to fill the empty white space.
I like that the different sizes and heights of the gear create a nice 3D image.   Posted: 06/20/2022 18:58:47

Brian Davis   Brian Davis
An excellent table top exercise except as a Nikon user I could always say that the digital camera is not good, but then there is always that rivalry between Canon and Nikon users in fun   Posted: 06/24/2022 14:25:51