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Old 07-03-2008, 07:00 PM   #1
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When I look at pictures of RVs they are so long and so wide. How do they do that or what kind of cammera are they using? I was looking at a motorhome on the internet and the picture from back to front looks like the motor home a couple hundred feet long. Most pictures of fifth wheels the living area is also very wide. How they do that?
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When I look at pictures of RVs they are so long and so wide. How do they do that or what kind of cammera are they using? I was looking at a motorhome on the internet and the picture from back to front looks like the motor home a couple hundred feet long. Most pictures of fifth wheels the living area is also very wide. How they do that?
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Old 07-04-2008, 12:54 AM   #3
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Wide angle lenses and software. Some have virtual tours where you can use your mouse cursor and look "around" as well. Isn't technology cool!
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Check out:

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For fixed lens DigiCams:

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Thanks Neil. I do not want to show the wife that one yet. Take care and have a great weekend.
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They use ultra wide angle lenses. Some can even take multiple images and piece them together.
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