Kalahari by Bushman Panoramic
Panoramic heads have in general one thing in common, they are usually quite large and heavy. This is quite logical when you want to support the weight of your DSLR and lens while keeping a maintaining accuracy.
The Bushman Panoramic Kalahari panoramic head is designed specifically for taking multiple rows of photographs, that can be stitched together to form potentially huge panoramic images. The Kalahari allows you to rotate your camera in a full 360° circle both vertically and horizontally about the nodal point of your lens. Thanks to its 380g, its the ideal companion for all you excursions, either in town or in the high mountains.
The Amarula is a durable carbon made tripod with possibility of transition to monopod. Thanks to its weight (less than 1 kg), Amarula tripod will suit perfectly with your Kalahari panoramic head.
The Kalahari is a real alternative when you are looking for a light panoramic head. I found it very well finished and nicely designed. If you own a light body camera this head is a great product, in the opposite, if you own an heavy body camera it shows a lack of stability. Photographers who prefer the weight will love the Kalahari. Lovers of beautiful hardware too. Read the review (in French) wrote by Arnaud Frich, panoramic photography expert
Yetti, multiclicks rotator
Yetti with its slick design is easy to use and will allow you to select from 5 different positions: 8, 12, 15, 18, 24 plus free rotate at anytime. Whether you are using a fisheye or a 5 0mm lens, Yetti will be the ideal rotator. It is fully compatible with either the Gobi or the Kalahari panoramic head.
The size of Yetti and its knobs have been optimized to leave a very little footprint when shooting the ground for the nadir. This rotator can be mounted on all standard tripods thanks to its 3/8” under thread.
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|Weight||380 g |
|Size||190 x 30 x 40 mm |
|Material||Anodized/Painted Aluminium |