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    I decide to build (perhaps) the world's most compact, high-IQ, multi-row, panorama rig using a DxO One at its core. Lots of customization to the DxO outdoor shell, but I have to say it works like a charm.

    - Image 1: Initial design
    - Image 2 & 3: Final build: Compact multi-row pano rig using DxO One 20Mp 1" camera, two Fanotec indexed rotators, and a heavily hacked/customized DxO outdoor housing.
    - Image 4: The various parts before assembly

    The original design The completed design, front view The completed design, back view

  • #2
    WOW, thx for sharing.
    Fanotec
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    • #3
      My first 360 pano using this rig. Composed of 45 JPEGs (three rows of fifteen) totaling 11,825 x 33,847 pixels (400Mp).
      Last edited by MJSfoto1956; 12-09-2017, 06:39 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nick fan View Post
        WOW, thx for sharing.
        Dear Nick,

        It would be really helpful for my architectural photography if a Mini Rotator V2 detent ring were available as a 20 (18 stops) version. Not sure if it is possible, but could a custom detent ring be ordered from you? I am currently using the 18 (20 stops) version which give slightly too much overlap than ideal for my workflow.

        Thanks for your consideration.
        Michael

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MJSfoto1956 View Post
          I decide to build (perhaps) the world's most compact, high-IQ, multi-row, panorama rig using a DxO One at its core. Lots of customization to the DxO outdoor shell, but I have to say it works like a charm.

          - Image 1: Initial design
          - Image 2 & 3: Final build: Compact multi-row pano rig using DxO One 20Mp 1" camera, two Fanotec indexed rotators, and a heavily hacked/customized DxO outdoor housing.
          - Image 4: The various parts before assembly
          This has to be one of the best mods I've seen! Well done.

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          • #6
            So I continue to tweak the pano rig. Here I have a custom wristband that holds my iPhone connected via Lightning extension to the DxO One. This should allow me to do handheld multi-row panos. My first test (single row) of the new system is attached.

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            • #7
              Awesome pano rig! I like the handheld trick.

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