Re: poll: more dense-no delay in time- or 3D
- Thanks Wim, realy apreciate the info and now I'm much confident in the Fanotec Series 2 pole.
From around 10,000 short pole panos I did so far, them are from few centimeters up to 4.5 metters, but having only 1 kg in top
this could be the highest one
and this may be one of the lowest, the monopod is upsided/down
Better if is mounted in the center of gravity, that lesson I've learned in week 1 when I saw that is bit harder to extend the segments at one pano, then a saw the reflection in a store and the monopods were bit curved, my current rig is from aluminium, I understand that the off centre of the mass cause that (higher friction) so I managed then later to compensate the tilting (I have to tilt up/down, no FF camera) with slider adjustement on the NN R1 in top.
I'm sure that 2Kg and 5+ meters is much much more, hopelly the until now experience will help me out.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Wim Koornneef <wim.koornneef@...> wrote:
> Hello Dorin,
> Your option to give priority to the 2D LivePanorama and upload the 3D panos
> later could work.
> A load of 2+ kg on the Fanotec Series 2 pole is absolutely possible even
> when the dual camera rig is not fully mounted in the center of gravity.
> The max. height of the pole for use with a dual camera rig is hard to say,
> it depends on the wind speed, your skills to keep the pole balanced and on
> the time you are willing to wait to bring the pole in a leveled position.
> Usually the higher the pole, the more time the shoot will take and the
> sooner your arm muscles will burn when shooting many pole panos ;-)
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