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Old 2019-07-02, 13:49   #3
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Originally Posted by Dr Sardonicus View Post
No can do. A camera renders a 3-D subject into a 2-D perspective image. This allows all sorts of mischief. As an example, I suggest you look up the Ames room.
Are you claiming different cameras can fisheye differently?

The way I see it, and maybe I'm wrong, but if a camera says it does, say, 170 degrees, and it's a 16:9 image, I would think someone with the proper knowledge and software could simulate that. I don't have the knowledge for that,so I'm playing the role of a beggar. :)

It's not a huge deal for me, maybe it's harder than I think.

Tbh, I was hoping I was simply using the wrong Google terms. I've seen some of the images on Google, and I'm simply looking for one where the point of view is at the center of the ellipse(?) going out.
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