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samadi

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Tuesday, April 8th 2014, 2:14pm

Easy Solution for shooting with a tripod height is 3 meters?

Hi
How to build shooting at an altitude meters above ground level photos?
Use a stool or ladder to lift the car?
However, using a handheld camera movement panohead.
Of course I know the remote control helicopter can do, but I wanted a proper solution.
I was shooting from a tripod to a height of 1 m above the river water, and I've been shooting. Juice Camping.

jordi

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Tuesday, April 8th 2014, 2:45pm

Nodal ninja pole
everpano.com step beyond 360

Arsdezi

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Thursday, April 10th 2014, 12:12am

Hi, Samadi!
A moment will come when I will buy myself the Pole Nodal Ninja, but at the moment I use regular studio stand (cheap price ~$60)! *g*
That allows take pictures with height up to 4 meters, there are stands and up, but then they are much heavier (
I'm attaching the head NN4+5dmII+Fisheye without rotator, rotating manually using the lower leg section of stand.
And get result like this:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7351…p360/index.html

*rolleyes*
Panoreal — to make and see this wonderful world! *whistling*

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Thursday, April 10th 2014, 8:35am

Could you provide some more infos, Arsdezi? What studio stand do you use and how do you trigger the camera up there?

BR
Nupsi

samadi

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Saturday, April 12th 2014, 5:14pm

hello
poltava |saki_Resort was nice photography and I see that above link.
see this links for pole:
vimeo.com/3238252
shop.nodalninja.com/carbon-fiber-poles-all-1/

thanks
samadi *cool*
www.mypano360.ir

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Sunday, April 13th 2014, 4:27am

Could you provide some more infos, Arsdezi? What studio stand do you use and how do you trigger the camera up there?
BR
Nupsi

Hi, Nupsi!
See pic in attachment(I do not want to wake up my family, photographed only the stand) *tongue*
My DIY solution is very simple and cheap)
  1. one studio light stand, made in China - $65;
  2. few the metal vent hose clamps -$3;
  3. thin steel safety cable -complete with two spring catch and hook-up slot(DIY), because I do not trust the Chinese head stands -$3; *tongue*
  4. sticker with gradation of steps rotation - $0.1;
  5. radio flash/camera trigger Yongnuo RF-603 for trigger camera - $30-40
... and my Nodal Ninja 4 mounting without rotator.
Now I want buy Pole Rotator 60(or 45) degree stops (http://shop.nodalninja.com/pole-rotator-…ee-stops-f7118/) for mounting fix on base and for turn column of stand using a DIY tube adapter ;)
And of course you can use wireless controller like camranger or similar for liveview mode and control all general parameters of your camera!
Arsdezi has attached the following image:
  • IMG_3921-copy-2.jpg
Panoreal — to make and see this wonderful world! *whistling*

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Sunday, April 13th 2014, 9:54am

Hey Arsdezi,

and thanks a lot for taking the picture and for the infos *thumbsup* I´m a huge DIY-fan and your solution looks a lot more stable than the fiber poles from NodalNinja and a lot cheaper too *squint*

BR
Nupsi

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Sunday, April 13th 2014, 2:28pm

Have a look at these.

Adapter (Standard 1/4 inch camera screw or 3/8 camera screw) Forget the resting plate

Paint Roller Pole Will hold a NN4 plus you can also add a cable to secure it as a backup

Wireless Remote
I use this for everything and would order another if it ever packs up. 100m range.

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