wjh31 wrote:The D3 would definately be too heavy with a 400/2.8 on the panogear head, but the combination may well be pushing it for the gigapan too.
wjh31 wrote:I like a Nodal Ninja (probably the new M1 with the larger body) for spheircal images.
vincen wrote:I use myself D3 with 150-500 lens plus focal doubler and it works fine on Epic Pro, so long whole stuff is well balanced when installed on Epic Pro.
wjh31 wrote:If i take a stab and guess you refer to the sigma 150-500, then this comes in at ~2kg, for ~3.5kg with a D3 i think. This is about the rated limit for the gigapan epic pro (as an asside, the same lens on a canon 500D works fine/well with the merlin head). However the nikkor 400/2.8 comes in at ~4.5kg according to a bit of googleing, for around 6kg total with a large body, which is well over the rated limit of the epic pro.
DodoFot wrote:A few larger cameras, such as the Nikon D3X, will not allow you to perfectly center the height of the lens to the midpoint." Isn`t problem for perfect panorama?
DodoFot wrote:Can i create panorama 360*180 in interior no problem with Epic Pro? Don`t absent you portret gripping?
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