Gbzh wrote:Salut tout et tous.
Bon, ça fait 2-3 semaines que je me suis mâ€™habitué aux logiciels, et jâ€™ai enfin compris que mon pano head maison droit être remplacer, mais par la quelle ???
Je travaille dans lâ€™immobilier et jâ€™â€™utilise AP et PT pour les photos panoramiques des maisons que je vendre. Jâ€™utilise un sony A35 avec un Samyung 8mm fisheye. Je ne cherche par à faire des gigapanos, ni le HD, mais les panos simple et surtout léger pour télécharger plus rapidement. Je cherche une tête qui est facile à utiliser, compact et assis léger et sans avoir besoin de braquer le banque non plus.
Donc après pas mal fouiné sur le net jâ€™ai une liste de 3 modèles pour +/-200 â‚¬ pièce :
- Nodal Ninja 3 avec rotateur de base
- PanoMaxx II
- La nouvelle Bushman Gobi
Jâ€™aimerai bien avoir vos avis si ils sont stable, facile, etc, etc. Merci dâ€™avance et Kenavo !
Gbzh wrote:Hi Mediavets,
Thanks for the answer.I don't know how good your French is,
but just in case I'll give you a quick run down of my needs.
Basically I am a freelance estate agent here in Brittany France and am adding panoshots for the properties, I wouldn't go as far as saying virtual tours, but 1-3 sphericals to get the feel for a place. I am purposely keeping the image quality low so that it loads up easily for every one, and they are more to give an idea of the rural settings of the properties I market, as opposed to being works of art.
I actually use a Samyung 8mmm Fisheye (not a Sigma) as these are early days for me.
Up until now I have used a homemade bracket in landscape position and have done 3 shots + nadir and wenith.
Obviously once I buy my pano head, this might change with the portrait position, but you get the gist.
As you said the NN3 is the longest established, but everyone suggests getting a rotator for them, where the other two it seems very much an option.
The panoMaxx seems similar to the NN3, For the click mechanisms I am not too worried as I am(will be) using a standard set up.
And finally concerning, and finally the Gobi is the newbie, but the light weight and compact side appealed to me.
Your feed back (and any one elses ) is more than welcome.
Gbzh wrote:Your feed back (and any one elses ) is more than welcome.
Gbzh wrote:My appologies to the moderator!!
Being English living if France I flit between the two, must of missed a click! (also answer Mediavets unasked question!! hehe)
And to answer Mediavets (asked) questions, the main reason is to get neater stitches, especially when it comes to the nadir, the horizontal plain works out fine, the zenith is usually the sky, so no real problem there. But I find hand held nadis, unless on grass or gravel, don't always work out quite right, even more so when I do the inside shots over tiled floor or on patios for example.
My home made brakets, is a massive part of technological engineering (not!) as it comprises of a pushbike stabiliser with the wheel taken off and painted black !!!! (Posher when its black!!) then wing bolted the tripod headplate to one end, and the recuperated base screw is slotted into the wheel adjuster slot so that you can adjust the nadir (well kind of!)
So I think I will probably go for the Gobi (unless some one says otherwise), the main reason being (besides budget) that it is light and compact and I already have a fair amount of kit to take around to the houses, so hopefully will fit nicely in my camera bag. Another minor reason is because I think it looks nice, as opposed to all the others being matt black; and unfortunately part of the real estate business is to do with looking posh and smart!
Thanks for your input Mediavet.
Gbzh wrote:Good point Med, but the Gobi has a " unique solution is a simple groove that allows you to rotate the vertical arm to shoot the nadir. No other head offers such ease of use." built in, so once again beats the NN3 on cost. Which certainly looks a lot easier.
PS for the Moderator : I think Kolor need to renegociate their price with Bushman!!
USER wrote:Err.. are they not offering it at the same price as Bushman?
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