Video: How to use the Nadir Adapter with M1-L

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  1. Video: How to use the Nadir Adapter with M1-L

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    Hi,

    Now it is there: How to use the Nadir Adapter

    http://vimeo.com/65994333

    Workflow is the same for Nadir Adapter NN3, NN4, NN5.

    You have to use a special set up of the tripod with the panohead, demonstrated in the pics at the end of the video.

    Use minimum DPD Distance to move the tripod sideways. In case you do not get free space between corner of the tripod and tip of the third leg, move further.

    In PtGuiPro you have to set the Viewpoint correction for Nadir2.



    Heinz
  2. #2

    Thank you for this video. I was not quite sure how to use the adapter when I bought it, but its much clearer now. Now I only have to figure out how to do all the corrections in ptgui.. ;)
  3. #3

    Thank you Heinz



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    Hi Heinz,

    Thanks a lot for the support on NN community.

    Nick



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  5. #5

    Does any one know how to slide along the Ultimate M1 Nadir Adapter on the lower rail to avoid getting the rail on the photos.
    Thank You
    Regards
    Erwin
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    Hi Erwin,

    You can not slide it along the lower rail to "avoid the rails". The Nadir Adapter is fixed to the lower rail. I do not quite understand what you mean, so can you please send some pics with www.ge.tt or try to explain? What's your camera - lens combination?

    Regards,
    Heinz
    Last edited by hindenhaag; 08-10-2013 at 09:16 AM.
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