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Poles and stuff - from world of surveying

by mediavets » Tue Nov 04, 2008 11:25 am

I had not thought to look at surveying equipment before but seems there is quite a lot of stuff that could be used for pano photography, for example:

http://www.yorksurvey.co.uk/accessories/prism-poles/
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Many different Nodal Ninja and Agnos pano heads. Merlin/Panogear mount with Papywizard on Nokia Internet tablets.
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by GURL » Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:55 pm

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Tripods of any size, bright colors to mark your difference, assorted backpack


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No more wavy horizon - draw a line directly on your subject using this rotating laser level and instruct Autopano where to place it properly


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Ne vous laissez pas dominer par votre sujet, prenez de la hauteur!


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To improve your incomes, become an all-weather panographer


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Not enough CP? just add some! (world largest collection - many sizes and colors)

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World first no parallax two axis rotating lens (.01 mm accuracy NPP guaranteed, fit any surveyor tripod easily, lens cap included)

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Center Point reminder with powerful magnifying glass included

And, last but not least http://www.yorksurvey.co.uk/clearance/clearance/1180/4m-engineers-staff-folding-to-2m.html A giant staff of engineers to assist you in any panographic tricky situation (and just fold them when superflous.)

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by Paul » Tue Nov 04, 2008 4:05 pm

and no ghosts anymore if you prepare your locations widely with this tapes:

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:P
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by fma38 » Tue Nov 04, 2008 4:08 pm

lol!!!
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by klausesser » Tue Nov 04, 2008 5:09 pm

Paul wrote:and no ghosts anymore if you prepare your locations widely with this tapes:

http://www.copseek.com/shop/shopimages/products/normal/policeline.jpg

:P

most likely seeing a banner "CriminalSceneInvestigation" means to encounter a Spheron camera . . which is very widely spread among forensics. They captutre the scene as spheres being able to take absolutely exact measurements in the panos.

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