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  1. #1
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    Ready for some pano action

    Why pay 400 bucks? :d
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    that is just neat!

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    Isn't the idea of a pano head supposed to rotate about the lens's nodal point? looks cool though!
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    Ryan, isn't that what the little graduated tripod stem allows it to do?

    The use of the Bogen RC2 adapters is pretty novel. Use can use the lens' tripod mount right on it, too.
    Last edited by DonSchap; 02-28-2009 at 08:51 AM.
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    i use rc2 for everything..keeps everything easy to configure for what i want to do..

    it's pivot is based off the lens center line..as far as the nodul point, it's just a matter of another peice to move it back..but i havent noticed any proplems yet.. did a test shot of my kitchen. the software took care of any alignment issues

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    You guys miss the point. The Aluminium frame allows vertical tilt about the plane of the sensor.
    Did you make it yourself?

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    Did you make it yourself?
    yes

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    the new software connects points not just frames end to end. it is very forgiving..

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    hmmm I don't know.... I'm still not sure as to how this works...
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    http://www.360precision.com/360/inde...p.video_player


    this is a simple 8 shot stitch... if you use a bigger mm lens you need more shots

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