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  • #16
    perfecto!!!!
    gracias

    neil

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    • #17
      Hi Nick,

      I played around with quick mount mini. I am referring to your picture with the Quick Mount Mini and adapter on top of pole without rotator. The easiest way for me to change Nadir Zenith position would be to turn the camera around the quick mount mini plate. This would be quicker for me than to take off the lens ring and turn the camera around. My question: to get the quick mount mini in a fixed position + - 90°, you could use the B1 holes at the bottom of the clamp. Can you add a feathered ball klick screw which uses the B1 holes to klick in and give a fixed +- 90° position? And add a white mark on the outside of the quick mount mini clamp which corresponds to a mark on the new adaptor to have a visible sign besides the klick? I do not know wether there is room enough to add the klick ball screw.

      Just some thoughts to try to make it easy to change from Nadir to Zenith without taking the system apart but just loosen the quick mount mini screw a little bit?

      http://www.ganter-griff.de/?cmd=norm...1031&pageID=14

      Cheers,
      Heinz
      Last edited by hindenhaag; 01-13-2011, 11:05 PM.

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      • #18
        太棒了 希望尽快能买到


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        Nick's Chinese to English Translation:

        "Oh, great! I hope to buy it soon."

        :-)

        Nick

        PS although the forum support multi-languages, it is best to keep the discussion in English only.
        Last edited by nick fan; 01-14-2011, 07:16 AM.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
          Hi Nick,

          I played around with quick mount mini. I am referring to your picture with the Quick Mount Mini and adapter on top of pole without rotator. The easiest way for me to change Nadir Zenith position would be to turn the camera around the quick mount mini plate. This would be quicker for me than to take off the lens ring and turn the camera around. My question: to get the quick mount mini in a fixed position + - 90°, you could use the B1 holes at the bottom of the clamp. Can you add a feathered ball klick screw which uses the B1 holes to klick in and give a fixed +- 90° position? And add a white mark on the outside of the quick mount mini clamp which corresponds to a mark on the new adaptor to have a visible sign besides the klick? I do not know wether there is room enough to add the klick ball screw.

          Just some thoughts to try to make it easy to change from Nadir to Zenith without taking the system apart but just loosen the quick mount mini screw a little bit?

          http://www.ganter-griff.de/?cmd=norm...1031&pageID=14

          Cheers,
          Heinz
          The screws at the base of QM mini is for anti-twisting purpose. A click ball will not be strong enough for this purpose. The adapter plate can unwind itself and camera can fall.
          Besides, with many precise sockets and holes for alignment with different NNs, cost of QM mini is quite high already. Adding click ball will make further complication.
          I can try to shorten the head of the anti-twisting screws so that you won't need to fully unscrew the tighten knob of QM mini adapter.

          Nick
          Last edited by nick fan; 01-14-2011, 07:18 AM.
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          • #20
            Hi Nick,

            Thx for reply,

            Heinz

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            • #21
              any update on release date ?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Mr_Q8ty View Post
                any update on release date ?
                very soon now :D
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                • #23
                  I hope... I am waiting for

                  kok

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