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  1. Re: pole pano

    #16

    Is it the Manfrotto 269HDBU?

    How do you rotate the camera por the panos?
    DO you lower all the pole or do you rotate the tripod?
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    #17
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    Hello,

    Have look to this link, there is a special camera version of this light stand.

    http://www.videoguys.com.au/Shop/p/3...out-stand.html

    Heinz
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    #18

    yes it is the 269hdbu.


    Damm $679.00 inc GST
    way to expensive!!!!
    in europe you can buy it for 285.- EURO (makes 425.73 Australian Dollars)
    all you need to change then is the center colom.
    http://www.thomann.de/gb/manfrotto_2...stand_blck.htm
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    Hi,

    there is a already set up model for cameras, ready to go without chnging anything. Price in europe is 325€.

    http://www.bogenimaging.it/Jahia/sit...AN&market=MKT3


    Heinz
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    #20

    Hallo Heinz. thnx for that link.
    But you say 325,00??

    i see this on that link??

    Prezzo: 769,80 EUR

    269HDB-3U is based on the 269HDBU lighting stand modified to support your camera up to 7.3m (24 ft.). The special top attachment permits you to attach a camera head, or directly attach your camera. Using a triple levelling leg system and a levelling bubble, you can adjust the position of your camera in order to shoot wherever and however you want.
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    #21

    $400 approximately in Russia

    700+ euros is for some special edition, I guess
    Like with gold coating
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    #22

    Wouldn't be a good pole more practical than this supersized tripod?
    This light stand won't provide enough stability and support anyway - I wouldn't dare to leave it standing free with my camera on the top.
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    #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1drey View Post
    Wouldn't be a good pole more practical than this supersized tripod?
    This light stand won't provide enough stability and support anyway - I wouldn't dare to leave it standing free with my camera on the top.
    I know the best pole is yet to come from FANOTEC.


    Nick



    Fanotec
    We listen. We try harder.
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    #24
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    We know Nick,

    but for some people it is hard to wait.

    And there was the question about this pole. Round 7 m in height and around 8kg.

    Cheers

    Heinz
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    #25

    My 6m fiberglass pole weights only 1,5 kilograms and is only 1,2 meter in collapsed state

    What I would be happy to get from NN is somethig robotized and lightweight!

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    #26
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    This must be a fault on their website. I did not look to the price. But in the Nl it is about 325€.

    But anyway, I know Nodal Ninja and Fanotec are doing their best to fulfill customers wishes. Nick already told us their will be new products. So let us wait for the next big meeting in Tuscon. The "photokina" for panoramaphotographie. May be we see some "NN7" and "R2" and a lot of new equipment. Why? Cause these guys, Nick and Bill, plus the rest of the stuff, "are listening, they try harder, they turn us around, and they try to deliver the fata morgana as reality in our homes"

    Thx for this guys.

    Heinz
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