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Forums » General Gigapanning » NEW TO GIGAPAN

PalinImages PalinImages
Total Posts: 1

Hi Everyone, firstly I absolutely love a lot of the images being shown on the site. I’ve not actually got my gigapan yet but I’m looking at ordering the pro. I would appreciate any tips, I use a 5d with various lenses.
Do you think that if I ordered my Gigapan from this site, I live in the UK, that I would have any problems with using the system in the UK? I know I sound stupid so please excuse me for this. It’s a lot of money and I want to get it right.

Thanks for some cracking shots!


Leonie Holmes Leonie Holmes
Total Posts: 1

Hi Trevor, I just got my gigapan pro and so far just experimented in the kitchen with a long snapshot. I am going to go out and photograph the Bay which is just beyond my garden. I’m not sure what I’m doing yet so will probably make a few mistakes before getting it right. The kitchen shot looks ok but the overlaps aren’t too good. My mistakes not the gigapan. I will upload some images next week when I, hopefully, get the hang of it. Good luck, Trevor and yes, I would recommend buying one. The images I’ve seen by other people are spectacular. I am using a Nikon D700.
Leonie (Canada)

Tim Brown Tim Brown
Total Posts: 54

You’ll need a plug adapter for the charger but it is listed to take 220v. Can’t think of anything else that would be an issue in the uk.

geoparadigm geoparadigm
Total Posts: 1

Hi Everyone,

So excited to get started with Gigapan. I have an EOS t2i and a 100 setup and I am looking at buying a memory card for the camera. Any suggestions?


Mosley Hardy Mosley Hardy
Total Posts: 138

At least Class 6, a reputable brand like SanDisk, and as large as you can afford.

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