RE: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Looking for a good, not expensive pan head (SPHERICAL PHOTO)
save money, buy the cheapest panohead possible, and then buy a samyang fisheye lens for $300
don't use your 18-200, it WILL be painful, and it will discourage you from wanting to make panos.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <panoramas@...> wrote:
hell yes i used the panosaurus for about 2 years! i still have it on my shelf. in good shape.
--- In email@example.com, <norberg.shulz@...> wrote:Dear all,
thank you to everyone.. I will appraise everything and I'll tell you my choice.
Thank you indeed for all the useful tips you gave to me.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "ritaconti84" <norberg.shulz@...> wrote:
> I'm Rita Conti, an Italian girl. Excuse me, my English is not very well.
> Please, be patient with me, I'm a beginner in the world of the photography. I received some months ago a camera Canon EOS 650d (lenses 18-200 mm f/3.5-5.6), as a present. I'm learning to use it in these weeks. It's very fascinating.
> But now, I would like to do another step: I'm looking for a panoramic head that permit me to build a spherical photo composed by 38 pictures.
> I found PanoTools NG and I decided to subscibe myself because I would like to ask to the members some tips that can help me to find a good pan head (with good quality/price).
> I already visit some sites with models and prices and I found this heads that sounds me enjoyable:
> - Panosaurus 2.0 Fully Spherical Panoramic Head
> - Dobas 01 (QTVR HEADS)
> - Mcoplus -360 degree Full spherical Camera QTVR
> - PANOLUC VR-1 e VR-2
> I also have a Manfrotto tripod -Manfrotto Kit (701 HDV + 547B)- to combine, if possible, with the head.
> But I don't have any experiences and it's difficult for me to evaluate these different kind of heads. Is there anyone that can help me to find a good solution?
> I'm looking forward to hear from you.
> Thank you very much.
> All my best,