klausesser wrote:Markus, Vaslag, Shai - that´s really bad news!
I mean Kolor as the distributor in Europe should take action, if you bought the device from them.
The question is: do you prefer hoping it will get better . . somewhen - or do you need a reliable device
immediately for doing your work . . ?
shais wrote:BTW, if I understand correctly, the T&C controller can be used in the future to control their head, right? (although though it's cheaper than the clauss rodeon it's still too pricy for me right now. I'll have to do A LOT of work with it to make its price worth)
a a gruntpuddock wrote:Destiny - it's not that complicated
The only 'special' tool I bought is a drill stand to make sure that the hole for the axle is at right angles, all the rest is just a drill, screwdrivers, etc.
Destiny wrote:Actually you are right Shai.. But to be honest, I only commented since I thought the suggestion was to use the Lego controller for your issue but I guess it was not..
tws7 wrote:has any one used the T&C Touch Controller yet? I don't want to go through the Panoshoot problems again. With the panoshoot I ended up writing my own XML files for each of my lens.
mamoo wrote:Hi all.
I also agree with shais.I wasted money.
Well, please refer to the next best thing. It is the experiences with me.
Since I only use mosaic mode, the story of 360-degree panorama is not possible.
Fortunately, because it had Bluetooth module, you can control free software "PandroidWiz" from Nexus7.
I did not use enough of the function, "PandroidWiz" if there is no preset generator with great features, "Papywizard" however.
So, I have created a preset generator.
The result is something to be sufficiently satisfied my request.
The motion of Panogear is also speedy. It is not a very low speed even if I use a 300mm lens. This is what I had point out earlier.
Comparison of the behavior in the 300mm lens:
I'd appreciate it if accustomed to reference.
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