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    Pole Series 3 Complete is now on sale. Please discuss.

    Does the series 3 wire system have its own legs, or is a tripod required?
    If a 3rd party tripod is required, does the complete system come with the tripod fittings?

    Are series 3 levels available?

    Does the existing pole rotator handle the weight?

    Has anybody used it yet? If so, what are your impressions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by c0g null View Post
    Pole Series 3 Complete is now on sale. Please discuss.

    Does the series 3 wire system have its own legs, or is a tripod required?
    If a 3rd party tripod is required, does the complete system come with the tripod fittings?

    Are series 3 levels available?

    Does the existing pole rotator handle the weight?

    Has anybody used it yet? If so, what are your impressions?
    No, at the moment, the pole does not have its own legs.
    A very strong tripod is needed, I recommend
    http://www.manfrotto.com/photo-tripods-studio
    whose legs are stabilised by an adjustable mid level spreader.
    No Level is ready yet. But we will soon have some.
    rotators can handle the weight provided tripod adapter is used to reduce the side way bending torque.
    Ayrton Camargo can manage to use Pole 3 with foot plate. If you are over 2 m tall and has the strength, you may manage to hand hold the pole with a fisheye lens and a DSLR camera.

    We are working on accessories to stabilize other tripods. Stay tuned.

    Nick



    Fanotec
    We listen. We try harder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c0g null View Post
    Pole Series 3 Complete is now on sale. Please discuss.

    Does the series 3 wire system have its own legs, or is a tripod required?
    If a 3rd party tripod is required, does the complete system come with the tripod fittings?

    Are series 3 levels available?

    Does the existing pole rotator handle the weight?

    Has anybody used it yet? If so, what are your impressions?
    No, at the moment, the pole does not have its own legs.
    A very strong tripod is needed, I recommend
    http://www.manfrotto.com/photo-tripods-studio
    whose legs are stabilised by an adjustable mid level spreader.
    No Level is ready yet. But we will soon have some.
    rotators can handle the weight provided tripod adapter is used to reduce the side way bending torque.
    Ayrton Camargo can manage to use Pole 3 with foot plate. If you are over 2 m tall and has the strength, you may manage to hand hold the pole with a fisheye lens and a DSLR camera.

    We are working on accessories to stabilize other tripods. Stay tuned.

    Nick



    Fanotec
    We listen. We try harder.
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