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telescoping pole tripod cap

I just thought you might like to see a Telescoping Pole panorama tripod cap.  Typically a tripod you can see 3 legs.

What do you see here looking down from the camera position ?


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Dave,

Are you using a pole for aerials and aerial panos???

I have ordered a QTM 15 meter mast from Clark, but I still have to figure out the remote pan/tilt and the camera operation. Big $$$.....but according to my market research it will be well worth it.

General Lee


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No, this really is a panorama created by Agno's... freely downloadable and you can put it into your viewer and tilt down to see the results.

I downloaded the Castle Level 2     5.1mb, took it into Panoweaver 4 and previewed it.. tilted down to see just 'WHO' was holding the pole.  To my surprise.. 3 people [assume 1 person is Agno's himself' !!!!  "Yeee Gads"  are we having fun yet ?

All in all I am thinking about it.  15 meters 45 feet is probably way to high for any stability at the camera leve l[read $3,000 blowing in the wind] .  6 meters (18 feet) is best for control on a windy day or in a crowd.

http://www.agnos.com/catalogo.htm?v_lingua=ENG&v_iss_web=W962570500000065659783839447&v_cod_art_sche=MROTATORHd

 


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@ Gen Lee & Dave

Have look here http://www.focalpoint2000.co.uk/aerialphotography/technology.shtml may have some info or system in place on how to produce 4 - 6 images.

If I thought for one minute the British would get there hands in there pockets for this kind of thing I'd be in there like a shot.

Regards

 

 



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Looks like you need a small truck to pull that trailer.  Wow that way out of my panorama league of wants, needs or desires.

Thanks for the show and tell.


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@Dave; I found the original pano. Those 3 guys were paing their respect


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LOL........Very Good Vilmer.....Not sure if the moderators will keep this on for long, we know how ip** like law suites.

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Allegedly!!!!

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ROFL, Credit where it's due.

Nice job, nice code! lol

Regards, Smooth


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LOLLLL.. that was funny ... notice it was between the street and property gate.

The photo is on your site. You will have to speak to Agno's about the pano.  Its theirs.


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Dave, you are right. I credited Smooth and forgot Agnos so I updated the pano, I'm just using it for a laugh here and will remove it in a week or so.