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  1. Nodal Ninja 3 mkII and Sunex Superfisheye

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    Hi there everybody!

    I thought it was interesting to show how the Sunex Superfisheye lens performs with Nodal Ninja 3 mkII.

    This is an example I shot in a hurry in a room inside a local fort which was recently restored and used for shows and exhibitions in Messina, Sicily, Italy.

    It took only 1 minute to set up the equipment, 10 seconds to take the 3 pictures around, in a moment when no one else was in the room, and another 10 minutes to stitch the shots together with Realviz Stitcher.



    The virtual tour is available here with the excellent SPi-V plugin fro Flickr!




    Mauro Contrafatto
    Customer Service Manager
    cs@nodalninja.com
  2. Re: Nodal Ninja 3 mkII and Sunex Superfisheye

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    hi Mauro,

    Good job.

    is the camera attached onto the upper rail? Is T-adapter used? Any more room for adjustment on the rail?


    Nick



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  3. Re: Nodal Ninja 3 mkII and Sunex Superfisheye

    #3

    Hey Nick,

    the camera (EOS 350D) was attached in portrait position to the upper rail. No T-adapter needed. "B" setting is 103mm. With the new camera mounting plate, there are still a few millimetres of clearance.

    Cheers,
    Mauro



    Mauro Contrafatto
    Customer Service Manager
    cs@nodalninja.com
  4. Re: Nodal Ninja 3 mkII and Sunex Superfisheye

    #4

    nice work Mauro!
    Curious if there are any tricks to removing glare like this. Looks like you selected a good angle to shot from to lessen it.

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