Now Available on eCrater: Nodal Ninja MKII Starter Package for Panoramic 360° VR Photography $200 + Free Shipping
13 July 2013
I'm selling my practically new Nodal Ninja MKII. It was used twice right after I received it for Christmas of 2012. It's great. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. I like the product so much I opted to upgrade (with gift certificates from my family) to the Nodal Ninja Ultimate M1-L and so now having two pano heads is redundant.
This award-winning NN3 MKII Starter Package from Nodal Ninja makes it possible for you to produce high resolution single row or multi-row panoramic photos using your point-and-shoot digital camera or lightweight DSLR. This package includes the smallest panoramic tripod head on the market (it weighs just 1.04 lb), detent rings, camera plate, detent ring rotator and a hard-shelled carry case.
- Smallest Panoramic Tripod Head Available
- FULL Rotation UP with Many Cameras
- Fits Almost All Point and Shoot Cameras
- Adjust Tension Easily by Tightening Knob
- Ball Bearing Plunger for Smooth Rotation
- Precision Click Ball Replaces Detent Pin
- CNC-Machined Detent Rings for Precision
- Easy-to-Change Detent Ring
- Rubberized Metal Knurled Knobs
- Reversible Detent Rings
- Nodal Ninja 3 MKII pano head with standard detent ring rotator.
- Hard shelled carry case with dual zippers.
- 2nd generation Camera Mounting Plate (CP-CP2)
- Detent Rings: 15/0, 45/60.
- 2 ea Metal Rail Stops Hex Key + Misc parts.
Included detent rings offer the following number of click stops to form a 360 degrees = 0, 6, 8, and 24 stops.
Optional detent rings (available separately) offer the following number of click stops to form a 360 degrees = 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 14, 15, 18, and 20 stops.
Precision detent rings, a ball-bearing detent plunger, and a precision click ball that replaces the detent pin provide greater precision, smooth rotation and click stops, and decreased wear. You can also mount your camera in either landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation. Add one-knob adjustable resistance for horizontal panning, and the process of producing a panoramic photo becomes a walk in the park for real estate photographers, hikers, and travelers.