With recent versions of Windows you are able to use a single image stretched over multiple monitors as a desktop background. As I have 3 1920x1080 monitors so the minimum size of an image to look good is 5760x1080, which is a lot larger than most consumer and semi-pro cameras can take.
I have tried taking multiple images and stitching them together in Photoshop but even the slightest bit of wind or changing lighting conditions make the join noticeable and is impossible to use for anything moving.
Are there any cameras which can take good quality images at these resolutions (or higher to scale down and reduce noise) that won't break the bank? Are there any ways where multiple images can be combined to produce a higher resolution image without obvious joins. Are there any good ways to use 2 lower cost cameras which take a picture at the same time that could be stitched together better?