Panoramic photography is a particularly popular technique for landscape and interior photography. The pictures convey a particularly realistic and spatial impression of a certain object.
Nodal point adapter for professional results Panoramic photography is a particularly popular technique for landscape and interior photography. The pictures convey a particularly realistic and spatial impression of a certain object. Although you can achieve the partial images necessary for panoramic shots with normal digital cameras without additional accessories, the results are often imprecise and then distorted during assembly (the so-called "stitching") and unprofessional.
This nodal point panorama head from mantona provides a remedy for this issue, which ensures high-quality results with its sturdy rails, millimeter scale, practical spirit level and professional application possibilities. With the panoramic head, your camera or lens is rotated around the optical center, the nodal point, which avoids the parallax shift between the individual shots, which in hindsight would be very difficult or even impossible to compensate.
The system of vertical and horizontal rails with millimeter-accurate scaling ensures precise settings in constant angular increments. The exact rotation angle (possible 2x180 °, 3x120 °, 6x60 °, 4x90 ° or 8x45 °) can be easily adjusted with the turntable. The rotation steps can be selected according to the attached lens. A spirit level on the head ensures accurate leveling.
High load capacity, professional, lasting quality With a maximum load capacity of 5kg, the mantona panoramic head is suitable for many cameras plus attached lens. The installed quick release plate is manfrotto 200PL compatible and of high quality. Thus, the change of your equipment is realized in seconds. The quick release plate is also available individually with the following data: 18004, mantona Scout quick release plate. The sturdy transport and storage case made of aluminum with foam inlay ensures the safe transport and storage of this professional photo equipment.
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