Questions tagged [fisheye]

A fisheye lens is an ultrawide-angle lens that produces strong visual distortion intended to create a wide panoramic or hemispherical image. Much like that of looking through a fish bowl.

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Software to re-center a fisheye image

I am looking for easy to use software that works on OS X and can "re-center" an equal-area projection fisheye image. What do I mean by "re-center"? The perspective correction tools built into many ...
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Image Stitching with large Parallax

I need to stitch images of 5 cameras together. The cameras are mounted on the sides of an underwater remote operated vehicle. It's basicly a cupoid with sizes of 2.1m x 1.3m x 1.85m. The cameras are ...
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Are “moustache” distortions in rectilinear ultrawides the result of a fisheye+pincushion construction?

If I wanted to try and build an ultrawide, I guess I would try building a fisheye first, then try tearing the frame back into shape with a group that introduces pincushion distortion. The kind of "...
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How to determine the projection (Stereographic, equidistant etc.) of my fisheye lens?

I have a Fujinon FE185C057HA fisheye lens and I want to know its projection. Is there a software tool I can use to do this? I have the lens with me so I can take some pictures with it. I just need a ...