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Rocksolid and transparent rotator + tripod ?
Hey guys - well the time draws near. I understand the disappointment in having to wait and that some are not to appreciative of advance notice. We do however like to give a couple days heads up rather than bang here it is.
We were hoping to post pics yesterday but the venue here was kind of crazy. people lost and bumping into each other, people learning where sessions/classes are being held, where the vendors are located, people still arriving late into the night etc. Now that folks have a feel for the area, had a good night sleep and things have settled we will have the time for properly displaying our new products.
Today at 12:30pm vendor displays will open for a couple of hours. This will be "our" time. And during this time we will post preliminary images here.
Thanks for your patience -
ps - hint - "modular" "tall"
ok we'll go on waiting.
I know these sort of conferences, as you said, a lot of "trouble" the first day, discussion till 3 or 4 in the morning with old friends, and conference starts at 8.30.... so good luck.
So now we have poles, modular poles, with different sizes between 2 and 6m. 6m can be separated in two 3m poles, and you can also combine two 6m poles to get 12m pole !
For heads, a new range of heads, with complete modularity, rails can be exchanged between upper and horizontal rail with arca clamps, and specific plates for each camera so it perfectly fits on your DSLR and can not twist neither slide down from rail when you attach/detach it
Pictures to follow in few minutes
New accessories: flash attach on superior rail for NN5, and nadir twist attach on horizontal rail for NN5 that allows you to shoot nadir at correct height, just by twisting vertical rail 180º.
these are good news. Eager to see the new toys.
we are eagerly waiting for the new toy to let money jump out of our deep pocket
Here's a first panorama taken at 6m high from the new Nodal Ninja pole in the lobby of the Tucson 2010 hotel: