I had written a post back on December 24th, 2012, titled Mating Really Right Stuff And Nodal Ninja Panoramic about my panoramic head assembled from Really Right Stuff and Nodal Ninja gear. The post has been one of the most visited on my entire blog, but I had gotten several good questions that I thought a video might explain better.
So, here’s the video with the astoundingly creative name of Mating Really Right Stuff And Nodal Ninja Panoramic Gear:
Here I am using the panoramic gear to shoot two portrait frames that will be stitched together to create a 1:1 (square) format image, nearly doubling the resolution of my Canon 5D MkII. This is Bangkok, Thailand.
Here I shot a stitched 2.40:1 (Cinema Widescreen) format panorama of an old wood mill incinerator in Southeastern Oregon. Please click this image for a larger version!