Last edited by dannyfoxy; 16th November 2010 at 11:56 AM.
I try.. actually just un-screw and screw ..
1. Get 2 pcs of this flash bracket, selling at artworkphoto $15 each
2. Remove the flash holder it will become like this
3. Bend one of them 90 degrees it will become like this.
4. You can screw the bended one with the straight one together it will become like this
5. Then you screw on your pan head tripod plate.
simple but it works....
for pano it works perfectly.... but for VR you will need a bit of skill for the ceiling shot and the nadir.
Last edited by dannyfoxy; 16th November 2010 at 02:03 PM.
With the pano head added, you can even do non-horizontal angle pano sweeps. You will sweep using the pano head, not your tripod head. Your tripod head will be locked down the whole time.
pano heads looks like these:
Last edited by daredevil123; 25th November 2010 at 02:25 PM.
Well Done DannyFoxy!
Outstanding execution of a great idea.
BTW nodal point calibration is very important for panorama when there are both subjects near and far. If however you are shooting far objects (esp if they are all the same distance), its apparent usefulness is a lot less.
It would be easier to explain this by showing it. I am sure DannyFoxy can show this with his nodal shift set up. I shoot pano without a nodal shift but at subjects near infinity. :-)