Panorama plates /Click-stops:1x Panorama=Q 6/8 / yes1x Panorama=VR / yesSuitable lenses:Fisheye super wide-angle lenses on full-format camerasAdjustment in optical axle:150 mmImage reproduction:Single and multi rowPanorama type:Spherical projections and other projection types derived from itRecommended software:PTGui PhotoshopCamera / tripod fitting:1/4'' resp. 3/8'' / 1/4''Weight:1230 g (2.1 lbs)・Optimized for fisheye lenses (not included)・Increments of 45° and 60° each as well as stepless rotation can be set up・Enables horizontal and vertical rotation around the nodal point of the lens with two click-stop panorama bases・Allows a complete vertical rotation of the camera・A professional D-SLR camera can be used・Each panning base is constructed to be very small and is equipped with an integrated spirit level so it doesn't intrude into the pictureOptimized for fisheye lenses the new VR-System 6/8 enables horizontal and vertical rotation around the nodal point of the lens with two click-stop-panorama bases. Increments of 45° and 60° each as well as stepless rotation can be set up. If the images are taken at every second click-stop additional increments of 90° and 120° are possible. The system is sized to allow a complete vertical rotation of the camera. Each panning base is constructed very small and equipped with an integrated spirit-level so it doesn't intrude into the picture.Thanks to the milled-out portion of the L-bracket the spirit-level can be seen from above. The front locking screw can be removed and is only needed in case of stepless adjustment. Due to its size and stability of the head a professional D-SLR camera can be used. The upper panorama base slides in the guide rail of the L-bracket making additional adjustments of the base unnecessary when changing the height. Both bases are equipped with click-stops and include a space-saving built-in spirit-level. The locking screws are removable if needed. The Panorama VR-System 6/8 is the solution for photographers specialized in spherical panoramas for internet applications virtual tours etc. The utilization of a fisheye lens reduces the number of required images for a complete spherical panorama (360° x 180°) to three to eight images (depending on the focal distance and the crop factor). Thus a high-quality result can be achieved quickly and efficiently.