I've also done panoramas from a monopod, eg from a mountain top. The monopod 
helps to keep the horizon even, compared to a free hand approach. Of course, a 
tripod improves quality even further, but it's not a must.

Am 15. September 2016 09:18:59 MESZ, schrieb Tobias Ellinghaus <m...@houz.org>:
>Am Mittwoch, 14. September 2016, 17:16:34 CEST schrieb Anton Aylward:
>> One ABSOLUTE requirement you *** MUST *** get for panoramic shots is
>> tripod. You need a stable platform.  A tripod with a tilt&rotate head
>> going to let you rotate smoothly so it is is easier when you piece
>> you shots using 'hungin'.
>Sorry, but that is not true. As long as there are no objects near the
>that could introduce parallax errors (i.e., they move relative to the 
>background between images because you are not rotating the camera
>around its 
>nodal point, so you are basically looking behind the object) you can
>perfectly fine panoramas shooting free hand. Kees (andabata on IRC)
>does that 
>all the time with awesome results. Have a look at his Flickr page for
>     https://www.flickr.com/photos/andabata/
>That being said, a tripod with a panoramic head IS at least a HUGE help
>there are more layers in the scene then just a flat foreground and a 

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