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Ted Chavalas

President

Panoscan Inc

HQ Phone: (818) 908-4641

Email: t***@***.com

Panoscan Inc

5632 Van Nuys Blvd. # 150

Van Nuys, California 91401

United States

Company Description

Panoscan Inc. is a manufacturer of the worlds finest digital panoramic camera and revolutionary PointGun 3D scanner. We also represent the amazing GeoSLAM ZEB-REVO 3D scanner. The MK-3 rotating camera scans 360 degree images in a single pass -- no stitc... more

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Virtual Reality Photography - Ask the Experts: Climbing Safety

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Ted Chavalas of Panoscan did something similar shortly afterward, but he managed to lug a Panoscan and laptop into position on the face of a cliff and shoot it digitally.


News

www.forensicrs.com [cached]

"Panoscan's MK-3, digital panoramic camera is ideal for exactly the kind of work that FRS specializes in," said Panoscan President, Ted Chavalas.


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Panoramas of Tropical Paradise

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Panoscan owner Ted Chavalas continues, "One primary difference between a 4x5 setup and the Panoscan is that our unit is designed to work with wide angle fisheye and super-wide 35mm lenses, which are more light sensitive, with apertures of f2.8 and wider. The Panoscan's resolution is also phenomenal. "I've made scans at over 585 megapixels," Chavalas said, "but with the right lens and setting, you can go over 1,000."

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"The unit weighs nine pounds," Chavalas says, "and although we can-and probably will, for some applications-make the Panoscan lighter, its weight helps stabilize it and smooth out vibration. And our swing radius is less than six inches, which is critical for tight spots. Chavalas notes that with a fisheye lens, the Panoscan has the advantage of looking straight overhead and down in the same panoramic shot.
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At the end of the trip, I sent the unit back to Ted and it checked out fine.


Panoramas of Tropical Paradise

www.betterlight.com [cached]

Panoscan owner Ted Chavalas continues, "One primary difference between a 4x5 setup and the Panoscan is that our unit is designed to work with wide angle fisheye and super-wide 35mm lenses, which are more light sensitive, with apertures of f2.8 and wider. The Panoscan's resolution is also phenomenal. "I've made scans at over 585 megapixels," Chavalas said, "but with the right lens and setting, you can go over 1,000."

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"The unit weighs nine pounds," Chavalas says, "and although we can-and probably will, for some applications-make the Panoscan lighter, its weight helps stabilize it and smooth out vibration. And our swing radius is less than six inches, which is critical for tight spots. Chavalas notes that with a fisheye lens, the Panoscan has the advantage of looking straight overhead and down in the same panoramic shot.
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At the end of the trip, I sent the unit back to Ted and it checked out fine.

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