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In the panorama field, hardware is also part of the success. You can discuss here about it: camera, computer, pano head, anything
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GREAT . .

by klausesser » Thu Dec 20, 2007 2:49 am

. . . let´s talk about the Merlin/Orion head . . i ordered one yesterday.
Frédéric is way ahead of us others . . :cool: - so let´s go on!

all the best for christmas to all of you!!!

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by Rico » Sat Dec 22, 2007 5:34 am

Hey Klaus,

Good idea, that looks like a great tool. What I want know is: can it move slow enough to do time-lapse work... If it can I may get one. I have a Sietz VR Drive which was big bucks and it looks like this thing can do almost all the Seitz can and then some. I would probably install a Manfrotto Micro-positioner on that baby for precise "Entrance-pupil" positioning. Please give us a report on it when you have time...

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Richard Sisk


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