I also have a panosaurus and works well for me with a 350D and peleng
lens or the 10-22 also.
Anyway, after a year and a half using it I'm thinking on a nodalninja 3.
El 05/05/2008, a las 15:25, Jeffrey Martin escribió:
> i have an old white panosaurus. yes it works fine. no i don't use
> it much.
> i even used it with 5d / 70-200mm 2.8. i had a new vertical arm
> (a taller one) did a few hundred shots gigapixel at 70mm, it
> worked ok :)
> not a graceful solution, but it works. and no, i wouldn't do the
> same thing
> with a 1/8 exposure, or something like that.
>> Re: Newbie Question
>> xMjA4NDcxMzk2> Posted
>> by: "Keith Martin" keith@...
>> <keith@...?Subject=+Re%3A%20Newbie%20Question> the1keith
>> <http://profiles.yahoo.com/the1keith> Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:50 pm
>> (PDT) Sometime
>> around 17/4/08 (at 12:12 -0400) Sacha Griffin said:
>>> My recommendation, for the budget conscious is the panosaurus. There
>>> anything cheaper, and it suits most purposes. For the non-budget
>>> the nodal ninja 5 works great for slrs and big lenses.
>> It is worth noting that the Panosaurus may not be strong enough to
>> handle a large digital SLR & lens without bending a bit, although it
>> is supposed to be fine for compact SLRs.
>> Does anyone here have first-hand experience with the Panosaurus and a
>> 'true' digital SLR?
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