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R1 w/RD5 Adjustable Tilt Ring Mount Pano Head NO LENS RING

R1 w/RD5 Adjustable Tilt Ring Mount Pano Head NO LENS RING
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Single row pano head
for circular and full frame fisheye lenses
  Ideal for
pole photography
  Compact and
lightweight
  Weight
485 grams (1lb 1oz)
 

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THIS ITEM HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED.

R1 w/RD5 Adjustable Tilt Ring Mount Pano Head NO LENS RING: Factory Irregular

Recommended price:
$169.95
Price: $229.90Save $59.95

  • SKU: F6121X
  • Weight: 485 grams (1lb 1oz)

During production, there are occasional coating flaws/ minor scratches on some finishes. The manufacturer deems these items as Factory Irregular (FIR), places a stamp on the product. ALL FIR's carry the same warranty as regular products. They are functionally the same.




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Product is replaced by F6121-1.


Level: Amateur - Pro.
Lenses: Fisheye 4.5-17mm.
Features: Smallest Pano Head, fits in pocket, repeatable results, fits to lens not camera.
Uses: 360x180 Spherical Panoramas, Real Estate.
Cameras: Any - fit based on lens.

LENS RING CLAMP SOLD SEPERATELY. A single row pano head designed for use with circular and full frame fisheye lenses. The R1 pano head incorporates a unique cantilever tilting option suitable for different fisheye lenses on different sensor formats under different applications. Please keep in mind the canter-lever design is not intended for user to shoot the nadir (down shot) or zenith (up shot) by simply tilting down or up from original position. Doing so skews the NPP of a lens creating errors in stitching. While there are some using advanced workflows that may offer solution, these usually come at the cost of added work in post-production processing of images. Generally speaking, the zenith shot can be eliminated if shooting with slight tilt up. With use of optional R1/R10 Nadir Adapter there is also technique to shoot the nadir (down shot).

Features

  • The ring clamp mounts directly onto the lens itself freeing up the camera.
  • Different cameras can be used on the same lens without adjusting any settings.
  • Ideal for pole photography and/or use with monopod Arca Swiss Compatible quick release design.
  • 8 precise on-the-fly tilting options (-15, -10, -7.5, -2.5, 0, +5, +7.5, +12.5 deg).
  • Options to capture (off-set from No-Parallax-Point) the zenith (up shot) and nadir (down shot) making nadir and zenith patching easier and making sharp long exposure captures possible.
  • Ability to roll the camera/lens in any position including the popular 0, 60 and 90 degree positions.
  • Lens clamp permanently mounted to lens making reproducible mounting possible and much quicker to setup.
  • Different cameras can be used on the same lens without adjusting any settings.
  • Compact and lightweight; great for use on monopods and high poles.
  • Advanced rotator RD5 with 10, 36, 60, 90, 120 degree detent options and pan lock.
  • Small nadir footprint.
  • Built-in spirit level.
  • Optional external spirit level that allows rotation to the side and back for better viewing.
  • Optional rail stop that is integrated into the Lens Ring Plate.
  • Weight: 485 grams (1lb 1oz)




Overview

Product is replaced by F6121-1.


Level: Amateur - Pro.
Lenses: Fisheye 4.5-17mm.
Features: Smallest Pano Head, fits in pocket, repeatable results, fits to lens not camera.
Uses: 360x180 Spherical Panoramas, Real Estate.
Cameras: Any - fit based on lens.

LENS RING CLAMP SOLD SEPERATELY. A single row pano head designed for use with circular and full frame fisheye lenses. The R1 pano head incorporates a unique cantilever tilting option suitable for different fisheye lenses on different sensor formats under different applications. Please keep in mind the canter-lever design is not intended for user to shoot the nadir (down shot) or zenith (up shot) by simply tilting down or up from original position. Doing so skews the NPP of a lens creating errors in stitching. While there are some using advanced workflows that may offer solution, these usually come at the cost of added work in post-production processing of images. Generally speaking, the zenith shot can be eliminated if shooting with slight tilt up. With use of optional R1/R10 Nadir Adapter there is also technique to shoot the nadir (down shot).

Features

  • The ring clamp mounts directly onto the lens itself freeing up the camera.
  • Different cameras can be used on the same lens without adjusting any settings.
  • Ideal for pole photography and/or use with monopod Arca Swiss Compatible quick release design.
  • 8 precise on-the-fly tilting options (-15, -10, -7.5, -2.5, 0, +5, +7.5, +12.5 deg).
  • Options to capture (off-set from No-Parallax-Point) the zenith (up shot) and nadir (down shot) making nadir and zenith patching easier and making sharp long exposure captures possible.
  • Ability to roll the camera/lens in any position including the popular 0, 60 and 90 degree positions.
  • Lens clamp permanently mounted to lens making reproducible mounting possible and much quicker to setup.
  • Different cameras can be used on the same lens without adjusting any settings.
  • Compact and lightweight; great for use on monopods and high poles.
  • Advanced rotator RD5 with 10, 36, 60, 90, 120 degree detent options and pan lock.
  • Small nadir footprint.
  • Built-in spirit level.
  • Optional external spirit level that allows rotation to the side and back for better viewing.
  • Optional rail stop that is integrated into the Lens Ring Plate.
  • Weight: 485 grams (1lb 1oz)


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