Advanced Rotator D10 (F1140)

$119.95

Announcing Advanced Rotator D10

Many people have requested a rotator that has the size of advanced Rotator D5 but with more detent options. Advanced Rotator D10 is the answer. It achieves the best balance of size and versatility.

Features:

Compact, lightweight with 10 detent options ranging from 90 to 5 degrees that can be changed on the fly. Suitable for fisheye, wide angle and telephoto lenses up to 200mm equivalent focal length.
10 different degree stop increments (with equivalent number of stops around) include:

  • 5 (72 stops)*
  • 7.5 (48 stops)*
  • 10 (36 stops)
  • 15 (24 stops)
  • 18 (20 stops)*
  • 30 (12 stops)*
  • 36 (10 stops)
  • 45 (8 stops)*
  • 60 (6 stops)
  • 90 (4 stops)

*Requires dual detent plungers.

 

Specs:

Weight is 201 grams (0.44lbs). 
Diameter (without knobs): 54 mm (2.12 inches)
Height: 30mm (1.18 inches)
Weight load capacity 3.4kg (7.7lbs).

 

Full Description

Announcing Advanced Rotator D10

Many people have requested a rotator that has the size of advanced Rotator D5 but with more detent options. Advanced Rotator D10 is the answer. It achieves the best balance of size and versatility.

Features:

Compact, lightweight with 10 detent options ranging from 90 to 5 degrees that can be changed on the fly. Suitable for fisheye, wide angle and telephoto lenses up to 200mm equivalent focal length.
10 different degree stop increments (with equivalent number of stops around) include:

  • 5 (72 stops)*
  • 7.5 (48 stops)*
  • 10 (36 stops)
  • 15 (24 stops)
  • 18 (20 stops)*
  • 30 (12 stops)*
  • 36 (10 stops)
  • 45 (8 stops)*
  • 60 (6 stops)
  • 90 (4 stops)

*Requires dual detent plungers.

 

Specs:

Weight is 201 grams (0.44lbs). 
Diameter (without knobs): 54 mm (2.12 inches)
Height: 30mm (1.18 inches)
Weight load capacity 3.4kg (7.7lbs).

 

Current Stock:
Width: 3.00
Height: 3.00
Depth: 3.00
SKU: F1140

Customer Reviews 5 (1 Review) Write a Review

Incredible
5 Stars

This is an incredible product if you plan to do 360 panoramas. Based on the lenses you have, you could decide how many degrees to use