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  • #46
    Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

    Hello,
    Greetings from Germany. Since January 2007 I am a very
    satisfied user of the NN3 with Nikon D200 + Nikon AF DX 10,5 mm.
    Congratulation, the new developments look great!
    My interest for the future is to do the panos with my D2Xs.
    So I will need a new Nodal Ninja
    Cheers,
    Pepsi

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    • #47
      Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

      Hello,

      i'ld love to see a NN5 on my 1D MIIn .

      Keep up the good work!

      Rgds,
      Dieter

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      • #48
        Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

        Hello,
        I use NN5 L with the following configuration :
        - Canon EOS 40D
        - Canon lens 17/4 f/4 L
        - Canon lens 70/200 f/4 L
        - stitching software ptgui pro
        and it is really perfect.

        Thank you for your realisation.

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        • #49
          Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

          Hi! I'm new to real estate photography and have been reading great reviews on the nodal ninja. I am considering purchasing one in the future (unless I am lucky enough to win one!).

          -MK

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          • #50
            Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

            I'm useing a Nodal Ninja 3, fantastic product!!!
            Light, small, compact & easily transportable

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            • #51
              Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

              Wow, this is really cool...I like my chances in this free lottery a lot better than any other one. I bet the number of entrants will be less than 1,000 before July 11th.

              Of the panorama solutions I've seen, the NN looks like the best one in a reasonable price-range.

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              • #52
                Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                Hi!

                I found out about Nodal Ninja by reviewing some excellent panoramas on flickr, and I am hooked! after multiple recommendations I ordered the NN3 MKII without hesitation. thank you!

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                • #53
                  Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                  I made this photo without a Nodal Ninja. It took a ton of work, since I had to adjust the tripod position between every shot, and adjust the tripod height between rows of shots. Next time I'll definitely use an NN.

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                  • #54
                    Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                    Originally posted by greeneggs View Post
                    I made this photo without a Nodal Ninja. It took a ton of work, since I had to adjust the tripod position between every shot, and adjust the tripod height between rows of shots. Next time I'll definitely use an NN.
                    Neat effect greeneggs, I like it. What did you use to stitch it together?

                    David

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                    • #55
                      Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                      Sweet giveaway! I found out about NN through topleftpixel. That guy made some hella tight pans with a fisheye lens.
                      I'm kinda new to the D-SLR field; I got one for my graduation gift!

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                      • #56
                        Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                        very creative!

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                        • #57
                          Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                          Originally posted by byvnani View Post
                          Sweet giveaway! I found out about NN through topleftpixel. That guy made some hella tight pans with a fisheye lens.
                          I'm kinda new to the D-SLR field; I got one for my graduation gift!
                          Nice gift! Keep your fingers crossed - you might win a Nodal Ninja
                          Bill

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                          • #58
                            Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                            I bought an NN3 last year for my first trip to the National Parks of the Southwest (Zion, Bryce, Moab, etc). I'm not sure what I was impressed with most. The sights I saw or the ease of use and beautiful design of my NN3. Oh, and I brought back some awesome photographs, compliments of my NN3!

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                            • #59
                              Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                              Originally posted by avpman View Post
                              I bought an NN3 last year for my first trip to the National Parks of the Southwest (Zion, Bryce, Moab, etc). I'm not sure what I was impressed with most. The sights I saw or the ease of use and beautiful design of my NN3. Oh, and I brought back some awesome photographs, compliments of my NN3!
                              Welcome to the forums MK.
                              Do you have a link to your panos taken in the parks?
                              Some awesome scenery in those areas.

                              David

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                              • #60
                                Re: NODAL NINJA GIVEAWAY - OVER $3000 IN PRIZES

                                I have been doing panorama shots without any special device and finally I thought it would be nice to have a panorama head I could mount on my tripod. So I started my search on the internet and after overcoming my initial shock on pricing.. I quickly ended up on your site. The NN3 looks EXACTLY like what I was looking for and at a decent price! (that is if I do not make use of the local reseller *sigh* ... but I may pick it up at another location soon )

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