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    The countdown has begun to the International Panoramic Photography Conference being held in Tucson Arizona April 14th-18th.
    If you are new or experienced to panoramic photography you will still learn new things. The event is a huge collaborative undertaking by both the IVRPA and IAPP. There are some great speakers lined up, sessions, tutorials, local photo-safari's and a great opportunity to network with some of the biggest names in the industry. If you don't have a pano head - no worries - we'll provide you a loaner during the event.

    We are also very excited to be unveiling new products by Fanotec - can't say what just yet or it will spoil the surprise but those that have been watching our forum may have some early clues.

    Those "in attendance" will receive great one time discounts on our products. These super discounts can only be issued at the venue so if you are thinking of buying please wait until then to take advantage of this.

    What's a conference without the free stuff and door prizes? We'll be giving away some pano heads as prizes and every attendee will receive a free pair of prism binoculars with case along with other merchandising items - all compliments of Nodal Ninja.

    So far we will have 4 resellers in attendance - Mauro (Italy), Vincèn (France), Andrew (UK), Dennis (California) as well as Rob (shipping manager) and of course myself.

    Spring time in the desert - great photographic opportunities!
    For more on this event please visit www.tucson2010.com
    Hope to see you there.
    Bill

  • Vincèn
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    Re: Tucson2010 - International Panoramic Photography Conference

    Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
    What lenses will you be using with the D90?
    Think I might be ablge to help ypu with some NPP,s
    My favorite one I use also with my D3: Nikkor 14-24 I have values for D3 I use when I go in mountains, but as D90 is not full-frame, settings must be probably different :-\

    Now it's time to leave so I won't miss bus for airport

    Thanks for your help,

    Vincen

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  • hindenhaag
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    What lenses will you be using with the D90?

    Think I might be ablge to help ypu with some NPP,s

    Heinz

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  • Vincèn
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    Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    hope you're able to get some great some desert panos that you can share here - total opposite from ski panos
    Yep it'll be definitively different I took my new D90 so it'll be its first try in desert, still have to find nodal point with it

    Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    ps - weather thus far is nice and warm and great!
    As you advised took short and tshirts

    See u, and thanks to you,

    Vincèn

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  • Bill Bailey
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    hope you're able to get some great some desert panos that you can share here - total opposite from ski panos
    safe journeys -
    your host
    Bill

    ps - weather thus far is nice and warm and great!

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  • Vincèn
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    Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    don't you have bags to pack?
    Packed and ready to go See u there

    Vincèn

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  • Bill Bailey
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    Originally posted by Vincèn View Post
    Impatient to know what is under the cloth
    Hey Vincen - don't you have bags to pack?
    "Maybe" an edge of the cloth might rise up for those resellers staying at our home

    Bill

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  • hindenhaag
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    Re: Tucson2010 - International Panoramic Photography Conference

    Depends on what you are talking about I suppose

    Heinz

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  • Vincèn
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    Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    Those at the conference will learn of the product first by us lifting the cloth.
    Impatient to know what is under the cloth

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  • Bill Bailey
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    Re: Tucson2010 - International Panoramic Photography Conference

    Originally posted by psJIM View Post
    Hmmm, at least twit or update those not attending about your new product.
    I don't want to hear from someone else >
    This new product/s are only prototypes.
    The plan is:
    Those at the conference will learn of the product first by us lifting the cloth.
    Then we will let our customers know second (forum, facebook, twitter).
    Then we will make public announcement in other forums.
    Then we will post on the website.

    So stay tuned.

    Bill


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  • psj
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    Re: Tucson2010 - International Panoramic Photography Conference

    Hmmm, at least twit or update those not attending about your new product.

    I don't want to hear from someone else >

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  • Bill Bailey
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    more info about what we'll be doing:
    http://nodalninja.com/tucson2010.html

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  • Vincèn
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    I'll be happy to help french speaking attendee and also others for sure

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  • etegration
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    the new products announcement excitement is killing me!

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  • Bill Bailey
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    Hi Woody,
    Glad to hear your happy with the R1 - we'll make sure to bring some accessories to the venue.
    Looking forward to meeting you.
    Bill

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