gddxb wrote:but I'm assuming that even so, it must be a couple of leagues above the Gigapan, no?
gddxb wrote:The "speed" mode where the head doesn't stop-start sounds very interesting, and would solve that start/stop issue presumably (as long as you could use a high-enough shutter speed of course).
gddxb wrote:Anything else in the 4K euro ballpark that you think competes with it?
Brines wrote:What would you recommend?
I'm glad I read your post before I went ahead and bought the Roundshot.
Brines wrote:Thanks for the information guys.
Do either of you know the Newtonmeter for the Roundshot VR Drive 2? Is it something the makers would know if I asked them?
I feel reasonably sure that the VR Drive 2 can at least handle a sizable portion of that 20kg with ease.
klausesser wrote:20kg load would roughly mean a 35mm ARRI movie-camera with a real big lens and about 120m Film in itÂ´s magazine - when i recall it correctly from my days as a cameraman. Really hard stuff . .
wjh31 wrote:Or the canon 1200/5.6 with 1D series body. With a little to spare for a TC. Simlarly the old nikkor 1200-1700/5.6-8 if you swing that way
klausesser wrote:Good Lord! Ok - if you can spend 60000.-â‚¬ for a lens the Rodeon canÂ´t be really a problem . .
wjh31 wrote:Some might say youd be silly not to buy one. If you can dig up the money...
gddxb wrote:I'd be very interested in your thoughts on the speed mode - assuming you could shoot at 1/4000th of a second, what do you think would be the longest focal length lens you could use on with it*?
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