At least a camera I saw (Kodak 12x something) had an automatic panoramic mode - you shoot pictures and when you exit the mode it stitches them automatically. Right now on my S2IS it is a pain to hunt for STA..STB..STD inside the pictures folder only to find out at home that on a 4x3 panorama you missed a shot
Then another really interesting piece of software for my Symbian phone is Panoman - it does really automatic seamless stitching, just press the shutter once and keep rotating the 'camera' at an even angular speed, press again to disable it. It really works, don't know yet how.
Another useful feature, perhaps this should be inside the 'digital is' thread, is the one performed by PhotoAcute, which also benefits from a Symbian port. It basically takes a bunch of pictures and provides one single enhanced image from them and claim to offer increased detail/megapixels, reduced noise, coffee and a bagel...PhotoAcute Studio Example :: Processing the images taken using tripod, with trees swinging in snowstorm, with no PhotoAcute Studio profile for the given camera/lens.
Oh, and I'd still like to see 'D-lightning' done in camera
It probably just takes a few burst shots, and do classic stitching (?).
Very interesting indeed! You can take burst shots at high ISO, and create a single denoised image. Are there open source solutions? Superresolution is interesting too.
I've been using Hugin recently. Seems to do a reasonable job in my very limited experience.
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