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Nodal Ninja 3 MKII with Standard Rotator.
The "standard" rotator uses reversible brass detent rings that give the sound and feel of click stops. Having these different click stops allows the user to select how many degrees of rotation between shots. Available detent rings include 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 18, 20, & 24 stops. NN3-MKII has won the Editor's Choice Award, Gold Award, Pixelmania Award, 5 out of 5 ratings from Chasseur d'Images and Applelinks.
This model is best suited for those on the go, a popular choice for Real Estate photographers, hobbyists, hikers and travelers alike. Use for single row and even multi-row. Produce stunning super high resolution panoramas with your point and shoot camera or smaller DSLR's. You can also mount your camera in both landscape (horizontal) and portrait (vertical) orientation.
All pano heads come with full 2 year Warranty protection against manufacturer defects.
Note: The 16-35mm Nikkor lens is not compatible with both the NN3 and NN4 series pano heads.
The Canon EF 8-15mm is very long for a fisheye and may require use of T-30-III T-adapter which gives a bit of added adjustment length.
MFG Part No: N3II-PKG
GSA# GS-02F-016CA Made in: Hong Kong
Posted by Jeff on 29th May 2013
How refreshing it is to buy something that is worth what you paid. I don't usually write reviews, but I was inspired. Light weight, solid, easy to assemble, notched disc for precision panoramic shots, well designed, spare parts, etc.. I have a 7D, and the NN3 supports the weight of the camera without shake. If it's not already obvious, I highly recommend the NN3.
Posted by Andrey Ilyin on 11th Mar 2013
I use this head for different applications few years already. Totally satisfied with it's compactness and reliable performance. Perfect solution for using with small DSLR or ILS body combined with small rectilinear or fisheye lens. Easily accommodates my 5DMkII in combination with EF 8-15 fisheye lens.
I have few NN pano heads (actually all of them :)) and pick NN3 in situations when I need precise zenith shot.