Nodal Ninja Ultimate M2 Panoramic Head With RD8-II Rotator

BH #NOF8001 • MFR #F8001
Nodal Ninja
Nodal Ninja Ultimate M2 Panoramic Head With RD8-II Rotator
Key Features
  • For Panoramic Photos
  • Supports Telephoto Lenses up to 6.6 lb
  • 8 Precise Click Stops
  • Modular Design
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The Ultimate M2 Panoramic Head from Nodal Ninja makes it possible for you to produce high resolution single row or multi-row panoramic photos with long telephoto lenses up to 6.6 lb. This head comes with an RD8-II lower rotator that has 8 precise click stops and supports up to a 700mm lens in landscape orientation. A tool kit with the necessary screws and hex keys for assembly as well as a carrying case are all included.
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Nodal Ninja F8001 Overview

The Ultimate M2 Panoramic Head from Nodal Ninja makes it possible for you to produce high resolution single row or multi-row panoramic photos with long telephoto lenses up to 6.6 lb. This head comes with an RD8-II lower rotator that has 8 precise click stops and supports up to a 700mm lens in landscape orientation. A tool kit with the necessary screws and hex keys for assembly as well as a carrying case are all included.

 

The Ultimate M2 is a modular system, making it easy to upgrade from previous models or to models that will come after it.
The upper rotator has laser engraved start and stop indexes at 2.5° intervals making it easy to take just the right amount of images without taking unnecessary extra shots.
The upper rotator has adjustable friction so it can also serve as a gimbal head enabling you to smoothly rotate and tilt heavy telephoto lenses with ease.
Full bearing-loaded rotator for smooth and steady rotation.
2x bull's eye bubble levels allow you to level your head on both the horizontal and vertical planes.
UPC: 689466138245

Nodal Ninja F8001 Specs

MaterialT6061 Anodized aluminum
Bubble Level2 x bull's eye, one horizontal, one vertical
Weight4.5 lb (2.0 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.55 x 8.9 x 3.8"
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Now that I have my nodal assembled, I don’t have anything to mount my 5dmiii with? What part do I need? Am I missing anything? I’m just learning how to use this. Helllllp!
Asked by: BARBARA
You would need an arca plate for your camera, click the link below to view; https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/581927-REG/Acratech_2167_Arca_Type_Quick_Release_Plate.html
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-22

I shoot with a Canon 5D Mk III and a 70-200 lens. ...

I shoot with a Canon 5D Mk III and a 70-200 lens. Will this product handle the weight?
Asked by: Bob
The Nodal Ninja handles a lens weight of 6.6lbs and the Canon 70-200 weighs 3.3lbs.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-03-19

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will this attach to any tripod? a sirui t-2005x for example?
Asked by: Nicholas
I have a Manfotto tripod and the quick release did not got this nodal. I had to use an adapter that came with the nodal. Now I don’t have the adapter to mount my 5Dmiii to the vertical arm. Can anyone tell me what adapter I should purchase?
Answered by: BARBARA
Date published: 2019-06-29

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Can this M2 head be upgraded to the GIGA version later by purchasing additional bits?
Asked by: Aleksandr U.
Yes, the M2 can be upgraded to M2 Giga by purchasing the M2 to M2 Giga Upgrade Kit.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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Can I use a Fisheye with this head? What other items do I need to get to use it. I will be purchasing the Canon EF 8-15 f/4l Fisheye and want to get the correct pan head. Thanks.
Asked by: Robert G.
Hi! I have same question. Did you use Canon 8-15 mm with this head? How did it work? Thank you
Answered by: Anna I.
Date published: 2018-08-24

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I am thinking of getting a Nodal Ninja panoramic head hit for a Nikon D800E and a Nikon 70-200 VRII. Is this the kit to get?
Asked by: Robert
I feel the Nodal Ninja Ultimate M1-L With RD16 II Rotator Panoramic Head B&H # NOM1LRD16II MFR # F8102, would be a better choice.It can support more weight than the other one. And the D800E with the 70-200 lens is pretty heavy.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-24
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