DukeNukeIt wrote:Hello all,
Here are a couple of shots of my home-built pano head. I used Delrin for both it's strength, and ease of use with wood working tools. The base has an index plate that is set for 20 degree stops. I can later replace the plate with a different index system for more or less shots when I upgrade my camera/lenses. For now I'm using a Canon S3 IS camera, but I will be upgrading to a Canon Rebel Xsi 450D.
So far Autopano Pro has really done a great job helping me stitch together my panos. I need some more practice setting up shots, and shooting full HDR brackets for better tonemap results.
More to come
DukeNukeIt wrote:Hello Klaus, Wie geht es Ihnen?,
Yep, that was my original design about a month ago, I have updated it. Here are the newest pics showing my modifications
DukeNukeIt wrote:Alas, it's not as easy as buying a complete pano-head, but for only $50.00 in material it's not to bad!
DukeNukeIt wrote:Plus the unit wont hold a Canon DSLR camera with an extended battery grip, which I will be using. But it's a great buy!
Thanks for all the feedback, I appreciate it, keep it coming!
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