Bill, I just want to mention that as I read through the forum, the list of happy customers, etc, I am tremendously impressed by the amount of care you put towards customer service. Aside from a great product, that in my opinion makes success inevitable. I appreciate having come across a site showcasing someone's hard work and dedication. Cheers, and keep up the great work!
Like so many others I'm posting this to have a chance at winning the free Nodal Ninja. Really hoping to win, since I've been eyeing the product line on the net for months and especially the new Nodal Ninja 5 looks to be a real time- and trouble-saver for panorama photography. So far the only thing keeping me from getting one right away is my limited budget. =)
I am about to move to New York City, and would love to bring a Nodal Ninja with me! I don't know a whole lot about panoramic photography, but this seems like a good way to learn. Thanks for the opportunity!
Hi, Bill! A few months ago, I asked you about availability of the NN3 Mk II up here in Canada, in time for me to go on my South African vacation. It was not available in time, and my friend had a complete (and expensive) Manfrotto kit.
Well, I did a bit of hand-held stuff and used his kit just once. Very complex. My hand-held stuff convinced me I wanted to do more.
So, I just today ordered via the Canadian reseller and look forward to getting my NN3 this week, just in time for my birthday.
One of my best hand-held panos can be seen in the Table Mountain set, at www.flickr.com/photos/triumphant - down at the bottom of the set, I think. Very long and narrow, visibility was 114 KM that day.
I hope to do better.
If you draw this, do please send the NN5 (sure!) before August 1 if you can ...
I am trying to get into the world of Pano photography. I was recently told of the Nodal Ninja and stopped by to see what it was all about. What an awesome surprise to see there is a contest. What a very nice idea. I know I have the worst luck in the world so a pre-gratz to the winners of this contest.
From everything I have seen, it is a very well made product. I hope to be "one of the family" soon!
I bought my Nodal Ninja about three years ago. I have the first model, which have always been working great up to this day. I now own a 40D and it still does the job !
I am not a pro, but I like to be able to make the best possible panoramic photos, and in order to do that I really needed a device such as the nodal ninja...
Inexpensive compared to others, and very easy to use.
It is invaluable and I couldn't have made my panoramas without it.
The new models are more expensive but as I've read, they offer a great deal of improvements. So that'd be great if I could win one of these top of the art goodies :-D