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    Any plans afoot to incorporate some type of quick release between the pano head ( NN#, R1, R10 ) and the rotator / monopod? For the majority of panos the monopod / R# combo works beautifully. There are time when a tripod's stability is needed and in my laziness ( induced by the ease of R# ), I don't want to set up my NN#. It would be convenient to easily switch from monopod to rotator on tripod if there was some type of QR. Currently switching the R# to the rotator is time consuming. Just thinking!

    Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by waters View Post
    Any plans afoot to incorporate some type of quick release between the pano head ( NN#, R1, R10 ) and the rotator / monopod? For the majority of panos the monopod / R# combo works beautifully. There are time when a tripod's stability is needed and in my laziness ( induced by the ease of R# ), I don't want to set up my NN#. It would be convenient to easily switch from monopod to rotator on tripod if there was some type of QR. Currently switching the R# to the rotator is time consuming. Just thinking!

    Tim
    Yes, I have been working on it. It will be out in a few months.


    Nick



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    Quote Originally Posted by nick fan View Post
    Yes, I have been working on it. It will be out in a few months.
    Gosh you think at everything Do you sleep sometimes ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by waters View Post
    Any plans afoot to incorporate some type of quick release between the pano head ( NN#, R1, R10 ) and the rotator / monopod? For the majority of panos the monopod / R# combo works beautifully. There are time when a tripod's stability is needed and in my laziness ( induced by the ease of R# ), I don't want to set up my NN#. It would be convenient to easily switch from monopod to rotator on tripod if there was some type of QR. Currently switching the R# to the rotator is time consuming. Just thinking!

    Tim
    Another way is to buy a used NN3 and take the rotator off and fix it to the monopod directly. Rotate the monopod not the head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinc?®n View Post
    Gosh you think at everything Do you sleep sometimes ?
    It is not me who thinks at everything. It is many of our customers who find better way to use the equipment. So I just respond to their suggestion/ requests.
    I am still working on some ideas which were given more than a year ago. So I am quite busy.


    Nick



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    Quote Originally Posted by nick fan View Post
    It is not me who thinks at everything. It is many of our customers who find better way to use the equipment. So I just respond to their suggestion/ requests.
    I am still working on some ideas which were given more than a year ago. So I am quite busy.
    That's perfect, continue that way



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