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PostPosted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:34 am 
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Hello:

Some news from Germany:

NEW: MK ScanMachine

MK Panorama Systeme launches a 2nd motor drive in the world market.
A fast and precise workflow for "linear" panoramas - even multirow (3-way height adjustable / swivel with MK PanoGiga / MK PanoHead II), time-lapse, stereoscopic photography and to create lenticular images.

NEW: MK PanoHead II / MK PanoGiga Professional Kit

Bracket +rotator with scaling every 2 ° +quick change plate with spirit level, quick release 3/8", centered threaded 3/8", color red anodized, 12 Stops (2,3,4,6 and 12 contained) and in 2nd rotation 8 and 24 stops possible.

Available from January 2010

More:

www.marc-kairies.de/english/index.html

Happy New Year!

Best regards from Hamburg / Germany

Marc


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:09 pm 
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Looks interesting :-)

but how much would a kit cost - to employ a Canon 1D Mk III with a 70-200mm f/2.8L IS lens? or 300mm f/2.8L IS

Shipping to Australia if possible, thanks

thanks

Henrik


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Hello Henrik:

Thank you for your interest - we´ll contact you by mail.

What do you want to do?

Then we can give you the price (MK ScanMachine, rails (length?), camera cable,
which bracket ... ?

Sincerly

Marc


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Hi Marc,

thanks - I want to do high resolution images. With expanded dynamic range and focus stacking as my ultimate goal, but I might be biting over more then I can chew :-)

Rails...long enough to fit a Canon 300mm f/2.8L IS
Camera Cable - for Canon EOS 1-series
Bracket...I currently use Arca-Swiss style plates, so if you have something similar then that would be great...I use ReallyRightStuff brackets see www.reallyrightstuff.com

you can email me tived@iinet.net.au thanks

Henrik


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