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Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator

B&H # SUDDP64M MFR # DDP-64M
Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator

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Product Highlights

  • Ideal for HDR Panoramas
  • Degree Increments from 5-90°
  • Easily Change Detent Interval
  • Independent Top Platform & Pan Locks
  • All-Metal Construction
  • Lubricated Bearings
  • 22 lb Load Capacity
  • Weighs Just 0.73 lb
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The Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator is a rotating head that allows you to pan at precise degree increments. This enables you to capture a series of photos – at stop intervals that range from 5° to 90° – that you'll later stitch into a panoramic masterpiece (possibly involving high-dynamic range capture as well).

Remove and insert the attached key to easily change the detent (stop) interval. The DDP-64M features independent locks for the top platform and for the pan base. You can also use this indexing rotator as a traditional panning base. With a 22 lb load capacity, the DDP-64M supports most camera/lens combinations.

There are 10 options for detent (stop) configuration: degree increments of 5 (72 stops), 10 (36 stops), 15 (24 stops), 20 (18 stops), 24 (15 stops), 30 (12 stops), 36 (10 stops), 45 (8 stops), 60 (6 stops), or 90 (4 stops)
All-metal construction, anodized to a scratch-resistant black finish
Control lever is also metal, with no plastic or rubber
Lubricated bearings for smooth rotation
Laser-engraved index marks
Load Capacity 22 lb (10 kg)
Thread Size 3/8"-16 (1/4"-20 adapter bushing is included)
Diameter 2.52" (64mm)
Height 1.81" (46mm)
Weight 0.73 lb (330 g)
Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator
  • 1/4"-20 Adapter Bushing
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty + 18 Additional Months upon Online Registration
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    SunwayfotoDDP-64M Indexing Rotator
     
    3.5

    (based on 4 reviews)

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    33%

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          2.0

          average rotator

          By Dan

          from Eau Claire,WI

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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                Comments about Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator:

                The design is good. But the actual click into position is pretty dissappointing and I just have to watch the numbers on the side rather than being able to feel a click when reaching the next stopping position. I have tried different pressures on the screw adjustment but nothing seems to help. If the environment you are working in is quiet enough you can hear a slight click when to stop but that's it. I can't feel it click into a stopping point. In my opinion it doesn't really perform like it should and I would not buy another and would recommend caution when purchasing depending on your particular need. If you plan to use it a lot I would recommend another product.

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                3.0

                Okay but not great

                By OL' Fisheye

                from Colonial Beach, VA

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                Pros

                • Durable

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Landscape/Scenery

                  Comments about Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator:

                  Sunwayfoto makes some great products and I am an owner of a few of them. This indexing rotator is solidly built but the lack of feel at each selected increment caused me to return it. I found myself guessing where the stops were. No matter how I tried to adjust it, it did not help. If they can figure out how to solve that problem, this would be a nice product.

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                  5.0

                  Great Buy

                  By Jisaacjr

                  from SoCal

                  Comments about Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator:

                  Very easy to use and accurate. Good price.

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                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  DDP-64 Indexing Rotator

                  By Jerry

                  from Stockyon, CA

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                  Pros

                  • Compact
                  • Lightweight

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                    Best Uses

                    • Landscape/Scenery

                    Comments about Sunwayfoto DDP-64M Indexing Rotator:

                    The Rotator works fine.

                    You have to start all of your rotations at zero degrees. Some of the settings do not pass through zero and 90 degrees (20-18, 24-15, 36-10, and 60-6). This is no problem for Panoramic photography. You just can't start at 90 degrees.

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