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  1. Iceland Workshop - "Master Your Inner Ninja"

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    For those of you attending the Iceland Panoramic Photography Conference this year (June 10-16) we will be holding a workshop to help you better understand and use your Nodal Ninja to it's fullest potential.
    With 5 base models and various rotators to choose from our number one question is always "what product is best for me?". We'll also show you what works best with your gear.

    This workshop will take you through our entire product line. We'll show the design features of each head and what model best fits a particular workflow. We'll show you tips and tricks for shooting pole panoramas as well and gigapixel images and standard 360's using our products. If you use Nodal Ninja or would like to learn more about the many applications our products can be used with then this workshop will help to answer your questions.

    And also we're proud to be working along side one of the masters - Ayrton Camargo (http://ayrton.com/360/).



    Space is limited and we hope to see you there.

    http://www.iceland2013.org/
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    cool ;) promising for some fun and learning all together



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincèn View Post
    cool ;) promising for some fun and learning all together
    Your welcome to join the party :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    Your welcome to join the party :-)
    Definitively ! I won't miss that



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    Bill will bring a 9m Fanotec Pole 3 for demo as well. Any Icelander will buy the pole and save our return flight? :-)

    Nick



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    Quote Originally Posted by nick fan View Post
    Bill will bring a 9m Fanotec Pole 3 for demo as well. Any Icelander will buy the pole and save our return flight? :-)
    Great :) will you be able to send also with it the special tripod adapter ? so we can do as in Tucson and extend fully the pole in lobby of hotel if it has hobby with very high roof :)
    what is minimum height of Pole 3 when fully stretched ?



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    Hi Bill,

    re: We'll show the design features of each head and what model best fits a particular workflow. We'll show you tips and tricks for shooting pole panoramas as well and gigapixel images and standard 360's using our products. If you use Nodal Ninja or would like to learn more about the many applications our products can be used with then this workshop will help to answer your questions.

    I hope you can HD record your workshops and share with us on youtube.

    Have a great weekend!!



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    18-55 3.5-5.6
    70-210 4.0
    Manfrotto HK294
    Nodal Ninja 4 with RD 16 rotator and Nadir adapter
    Opteka wireless shutter release
    PTgui Pro - Panotour Pro - PS Cs5
    Help from all you guys has made my dreams become a reality. Thank you all!! Have a panoramic day!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metroruss View Post
    Hi Bill,
    I hope you can HD record your workshops and share with us on youtube.
    Hi Metroruss - this is more of a hands on workshop with more than 2 of us showing, helping and demonstrating products. So we would lack continuity with a video. That said we are actually working to create videos/tutorials on almost all of our products. We already have some tutorials completed but still need to clean up and tweak before posting - stay tuned.
    thx
    Bill
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