To be honest I will have more use for the 50-500mm
rolly1 wrote: . . . that i can put on my Panogear robot with my control box, i think the weight would be ok not sure about weight shift as zoom out will have to check . . .
rolly1 wrote:50 to 500 would be more versatile ,
rolly1 wrote:from what Klaus says 300 mm is optimum for robot ,
Destiny wrote:Hey.. Don't you mean "Throw me a Boomerang.." hehe.. We are Aussies not Americans...
I already have a Acratech GP ball head... I hardly ever use it.. I bought it when I was just starting to learn.. I wanted to create a full pano and thought it was the tool to buy.. It was a mistake really, I know that know.. I then bought the NN3 but Bill Bailey, the CEO of Nodal Ninja upgraded me to the NN4 since my NN3 had a few issues... I asked him about using the 50-500mm on my NN4 but its far too heavy.. He suggested the ULTIMATE M2 WITH RD8-II which is a beautiful pano head.. http://www.ipanoramic.com.au/shop/nodal ... rd8ii.html
I will see how I go with what I have... Thanks for the advice though.. Get out there and shoot some photos..