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    On my NN5 there is a two-position metal slide control that is designed to let you 'feel' 15 degree angles. This no longer offers the 'feeling' so I have to look very carefully at the dial. This is not easy to read even with my glasses! It looks like it works due to indents on a washer but perhaps they have worn out? Is there a way I can get the feeling back so that I know when I am exactly at 0 and 90 degrees?
    www.maritimephotographic.co.uk

  • #2
    Originally posted by Molls-Phot View Post
    On my NN5 there is a two-position metal slide control that is designed to let you 'feel' 15 degree angles. This no longer offers the 'feeling' so I have to look very carefully at the dial. This is not easy to read even with my glasses! It looks like it works due to indents on a washer but perhaps they have worn out? Is there a way I can get the feeling back so that I know when I am exactly at 0 and 90 degrees?
    please take photos to show the inner parts of the upper rotator. If it is just the pins that wear out, we may fix it.

    Nick
    Fanotec
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    • #3
      Originally posted by nick fan View Post
      please take photos to show the inner parts of the upper rotator. If it is just the pins that wear out, we may fix it.

      Nick
      Nick, Here's a view of the inner parts you asked for.
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      www.maritimephotographic.co.uk

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Molls-Phot View Post
        Nick, Here's a view of the inner parts you asked for.
        Looks like the pins are worn. You may replace the pin. send me your address by email to nick "a t" fanotec . com.

        nick
        Fanotec
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