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This is a picture taken with a panasonic DMC-TZ7 at maximum zoom of Oxford's Radcliffe Camera. It was taken as an experiment to compare with a picture taken with a Canon Powershot G10, which will be uploaded later. Note that the G10 picture can be viewed at the link below gigapan.org/gigapans/41613/
This mosaic of The Radcliffe Camera was taken with a Canon Powershot G10, in order to directly compare a gigapan taken with this camera with that taken with a Panasonic DMC-TZ7 from the same location. Because of the Canon's smaller zoom range, this image is half the size of the one taken with the TZ7. Note that the ...
The Radcliffe Camera is a building in Oxford, designed by James Gibbs in the English Palladian Style, and built in 1737-1749 to house the Radcliffe Science Library. This is a mosaic of 63 frames taken using a Canon 50D with an 80mm f1.8 lens.
This is the earliest example in England of a circular library, which now houses reading rooms for the Bodleian Library here in Oxford Shame the stitching didn't quite work on the roof! I will work on another version soon!