Lens Profiles

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Lens Profiles

Post by df »

If I can come up with the test images can someone do the calculations? I tried to follow the instructions in the Lens Calibration: A complete guide how to calibrate a lens. thread but I think that's over my head.

Here is a zip file on my dropbox account with the files.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/682 ... 20test.zip
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Re: Lens Profiles

Post by df »

Anyone?
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Re: Lens Profiles

Post by Hobgoblin »

df wrote:Anyone?
You might consider exploring the options on this link: http://wilson.homeunix.com/calibration

I don't know if the results returned can be inserted in to an ASP/Bibble Calibration table but it might be worth a try.


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R.
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Us the scripts referenced in the thread, it is dirt easy.

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Re: Lens Profiles

Post by df »

afx wrote:Us the scripts referenced in the thread, it is dirt easy.

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afx
Scripts don't run.

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Re: Lens Profiles

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df wrote:Scripts don't run.
Why not? What is the error message?

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Re: Lens Profiles

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Windows doesn't recognize it.

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Re: Lens Profiles

Post by afx »

df wrote:Windows doesn't recognize it.
My condolences ;-)

That stuff is so trivial under Linux....
It would e actually quite easy to just set up a VM with a current Suse or Ubuntu distro for those things.

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Re: Lens Profiles

Post by df »

afx wrote:
df wrote:Windows doesn't recognize it.
My condolences ;-)

That stuff is so trivial under Linux....
It would e actually quite easy to just set up a VM with a current Suse or Ubuntu distro for those things.

cheers
afx
I see, so why don't you just run things through and tell me what you get?

cheers
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