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  • NN4, Can it do a multi row panorama with a 70-200 at 100mm?

    Hello, I have scouted a totally unobstructed view of the Vancouver BC downtown harbor with all the mountains behind it. I am hoping to take a multi row pano with my 70-200. However I fear that the 15 degree upper detents may make this difficult. Is there a way to take out the detent rings on the upper arm? Thank you for any help you can offer.
    Sony A-57 & A-77ii
    Rokinon 8mm F3.5
    70-210 F4.0
    28-105, 28mm, 50mm,
    Sigma 10-20
    Manfrotto HK294
    Nodal Ninja 4 with RD 16 rotator and Nadir adapter
    Wireless shutter release, Cable release
    PTgui Pro - Panotour Pro - PS Cs5

  • #2
    For Nodal Ninja 4, there is unfortunately no way to disengage the 15 degree detent interval. For 200mm you will need roughly 7.5 degrees on a full frame camera. This is supported by Nodal Ninja 6 or Nodal Ninja M Series.
    Regards,
    Jan
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    Jan Vrsinsky
    Nodal Ninja Reseller in Czech Republic

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    • #3
      Thank you Jan,

      I appreciate your reply. To clarify further, what is the max focal length I can shoot a multi row landscape panoramic photo with the NN4 and RD 16. I think the RD16 goes as small as 3.75 degrees.

      Thank you again!
      Sony A-57 & A-77ii
      Rokinon 8mm F3.5
      70-210 F4.0
      28-105, 28mm, 50mm,
      Sigma 10-20
      Manfrotto HK294
      Nodal Ninja 4 with RD 16 rotator and Nadir adapter
      Wireless shutter release, Cable release
      PTgui Pro - Panotour Pro - PS Cs5

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      • #4
        Max focal length supported by NN4 is 100mm (35mm eq.).
        If you have a camera with 1.5x cropped sensor, the max focal length is 65mm.
        Nick
        Fanotec
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