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2005-05-23
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360 precision, locked in to that specific camera set up. Update camera or lens new head required.  Long wait and big money.  Has smooth received 360 precision head yet? 
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2005-05-23
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Ahhhh very good point I did not know
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Quote: Originally posted by pixelator on May-23-2005
360 precision, locked in to that specific camera set up. Update camera or lens new head required.  Long wait and big money.  Has smooth received 360 precision head yet? 

Umm, NO! and I'm not holding my breath.

Do yourself a favour and buy from Agnos, we know the product, quality and the service. The price is a lot better also.

Support the people who support the Panoweaver product!

Regards, Smooth


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With what I have read and come to learn by using this forum, finding the nodal point is a big issue with newbies (myself included).  The 360 precision head takes care of that for you.  Only now your locked into that head for some $1,100.00 plus a waiting time of about 4 weeks (so they say) longer for some others.  Go to agnos and mention Smooth for a discount on a quility head (mrotatortcps) for around $485.00.  For that kind of money I am guesing I can find the nodal point  Google "nodal point"  second on the list is http://www.360texas.com/tips/nodalpts.htm Hope to shoot first pano at weeks end, at which time I will be really looking for some help


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I tried to get the "Smooth" discount but I had already ordered before I mentioned about Smooth recommending Agnos. LOL. It doesn't matter, there product is well worth the money.

I did return a MrotatorB and re-ordered a MrotatorA plus a MrotatoriTCPshort with no problems.

The Agnos Team is very helpful and have answered all of my question promtly.
Smooth knows I can find a question. LOL

So I definitly recommend Agnos. Plus they support panoweaver...

 


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2005-06-28
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Hi all,

Need help here..

Can the 4 shots images+ 1 shots on the floor taken with sigma 8mm on d70 with 360precision be stitched with Panoweaver 4.00?

yow siang


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2005-06-29
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Don't know myself, have a word with matthew@360precision.com they should know... I believe they found an issue with the 10,5mm lens /360head/PW4.01 where the stiching had some problems. However I believe they found that PW4.0 and the sig 8mm lens worked well.

If I only had an hour to chop down a tree... I'd spend 45 mins sharpening the axe.
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thanks for the input.. also is there anyway i can shoot the floor area without seeing the tripod? that means a floating effect?

ys