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Is it possible to install a filter (or remove one) in a Noblex camera without wasting/exposing film?

I've owned a Noblex 135 S for almost 20 years, and I just learned in the past few days how to do this... There's a key step in the German-language user manual, which was omitted from the English-...
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When creating a panorama with Hugin, how can I disable blending images?

You can tell Hugin to keep the intermediate corrected images by checking Exposure corrected, low dynamic range as shown in the image below. The intermediate images will be corrected for lens ...
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How I can improve the quality of this panorama picture?

Romeo's answer covers all the bases, but I thought I'd throw in a practical example, using a DeNoise plugin - this one from OnOne. Of course you will get better results from a RAW image or indeed just ...
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How I can improve the quality of this panorama picture?

First there is no image w/o noise, even in perfect light you can see kind of noise. For me this is combination of noise, compression and algorithm of Google to stitch photos and postprocess them. I ...
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Why does Hugin distort the output image?

I think there are two or three possible issues: one with the commands and two with your photos. Make sure you (globally) understand the commands you are running. As you have seen for yourself, the ...
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How to take panoramic photos on a 35mm film camera without cropping?

Buy a whole new camera if want to do it in-camera. 35mm panoramic cameras are special-purpose and built for this one task. I could shoot 3:2 (C), 16:9 (H), or 3:1 (P) on the same roll with my old APS ...
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Ghosting with HDR panorama using hugin

I'm unable to create a reasonable pano from your A & B source files. A few things are obvious: The nodal point is off as evidenced by the plants in the foreground and the railing. It looks like a ...
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Ghosting with HDR panorama using hugin

The ghosting is probably coming from moving the camera in space between shots, particularly if you were handholding and not using a tripod with a calibrated panohead to rotate around the lens's no-...
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Is it possible to install a filter (or remove one) in a Noblex camera without wasting/exposing film?

As with other film cameras, placing the camera in a dark bag or other environment with no light and performing the operation by touch is always an option.
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Convert regular panoramic photo into google cardboard file

To add the right eye image, you shall add an additional Exif/XMP tag containing it. Using exiftool, this should be the needed commandline (not tested) for Windows Shell: exiftool -XMP-GPano:all^ -XMP-...
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