RobertV. wrote:Ok, a big problem. I cannot get the canon in it's nodal point. When using the L bracket my camera sits to far to the right (let's call that the X-axis). The Y-axis is not adjustable. And the Z-axis is.
I know now why the pitch is reversed. I simply cannot turn my camera, as it would bring the nodal point of the camera even further from the nodal point of the pano gear.
In this situation the X axis is ok/best, but the Z-axis is not adjustable and wrong.
The only solution that would have worked, has an edge which sticks out.
Would it be possible to buy this part somewhere without the edge?
And last, because the Y axis is fixed, can I really get the nodal point?
RobertV. wrote:The problem with the G10 is that the screw hole is not placed below the lens, but in the middle of the camera itself.
Do you know where I could find a flatter rail? The rail I got, came with the panogear.
RobertV. wrote:Do you know where I could find a flatter rail? The rail I got, came with the panogear.
RobertV. wrote:because the tightening knob (with the little leaver) is in the way.
RobertV. wrote:But even with just this part sticking out, I cannot place the bracket because there is no room at all.
RobertV. wrote:Hi Klausesser,
Becaus I have the G10, the screw connection between the camera and the rail must be somewhere near the pitch axis. Because you have a larger lens, you can place you camera much further from the pitch turning point.
gkaefer wrote:and I use more ofthen instead of the "default" dovetail part of Panogear package and T&C available from:
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