Lately I’ve been very busy making sure I handle my Manfrotto 303sph correct as I might have a job coming up that really needs 100% of my attention. I have the Canon 5D Mark 2 equipped with Sigma 12-24mm against my Sigma SD15 and the 8-16mm lens. I wanted to know what combo would make life easiest and as I’m not done testing, this is only a little something for you to look at – if you jump over to the Canon version, then all links are done and working – but the Sigma version only contains three rooms so don’t be angry if you find links without function.
All Canon 360’s was shot using the RAW2 mode (smaller RAW files) and developed using Lightroom 3. Sigma files has been developed using SPP. All shots done in one single row, no upper or lower shots. 8-16mm required 8 shots, while the Canon with it’s full frame and 12-24 only needed 6. Kitchen was shot using 5 bracketing frames – but I deleted the darkest where I wanted light and the brightest at the window area – so it looks weird. :)