Yeah, I get the sense that hugin et al comes from the school of thought that 
you should digitally shift the images.

Though the answers in thread don't really make sense, because the lens 
distortion model is still circular, it's not like it was tilted.

I wonder if tca_correct can deal with it.

> On Apr 4, 2018, at 12:11 AM, junkyardspar...@yepmail.net wrote:
> 
> 
> 
>> On Tue, Apr 3, 2018, at 15:38, Robin Kramer wrote:
>> Is there any support for lenses with movements.  I'm especially 
>> interested in shift. I have a lens with a shift adapter.  When I load 
>> the straight image, the hugin gui calibrates the lens just fine, but 
>> when I load the shifted calibration chart images(all with the same 
>> movement), it seems to hang, or at least take a very long time to 
>> converge.  I'm not sure how to interface this with lensfun, since I 
>> suspect another parameter is needed.
>> 
>> I use shift often it's a very nice effect, for making trees look 
>> straight, or capturing the sky without looking up.
> 
> Unfortunately, these types of lenses don't play nicely with lens corrections. 
> There's some discussion of this here:
> 
> https://github.com/lensfun/lensfun/issues/299
> 
> -- 
> jys
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