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Sunwayfoto DDP-64SI Indexing Rotator for Panoramas

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Sunwayfoto DDP-64SI Indexing Rotator for Panoramas
Key Features
  • For Spherical & HDR Panoramas
  • 64mm Diameter/Nadir Footprint
  • Detent Intervals: 8, 12, 15 & 18°
  • Load Capacity: 17.6lb
The DDP-64SI Indexing Rotator for Panoramas from Sunwayfoto has 4 different selectable click options - 8, 12, 15, and 18°. This rotator also has 64mm footprint (diameter), and is best suited for ultra wide fisheye lenses when capturing full 360 x 180° spherical or HDR panoramas.
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Sunwayfoto DDP-64SI Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2For 360 x 180° Spherical & HDR Panoramas
  • 364mm Diameter/Nadir Footprint
  • 44x Detent Interval Options
  • 5Up to 17.6lb Supported Weight Capacity

The DDP-64SI Indexing Rotator for Panoramas from Sunwayfoto has 4 different selectable click options - 8, 12, 15, and 18°. This rotator also has 64mm footprint (diameter), and is best suited for ultra wide fisheye lenses when capturing full 360 x 180° spherical or HDR panoramas.

Combining CNC machined aircraft aluminum parts, with a compact and durable design, the DDP-64SI also provides for very precise, fluid rotation required of professional photographers. You can also change click stops on-the-fly, which is ideal in time-sensitive situations when shooting must be completed quickly. These include shooting high resolution multi-image mosaics, or shooting the same scene at different focal lengths.

For 360 x 180° Spherical & HDR Panoramas

With precision CNC machined components, laser engraved markings and lubricated bearings for smooth rotation, allow full spherical panoramas to be quickly and accurately captured

64mm Diameter/Nadir Footprint

Diameter of 64 mm provides sufficient precision and stability while keeping the nadir footprint small

4x Detent Interval Options

Four different degree stop increments: 45, 30, 24, and 20 stops (8, 12, 15, and 18°). The detent interval (click stop) option can also be changed in seconds, with a knob for locking rotation

Up to 17.6lb Supported Weight Capacity

More than 17.6 lb of weight is supported

Sunwayfoto DDP-64SI Specs

General
Click-Stops45, 30, 24, and 20 Stops
Degree Stops8°, 12°, 15° or 18°, Rdespectively
Mounting ThreadTop: 1/4"-20
Bottom: UNC 3/8
Load CapacityApproximately 17.6 lb / 8 kg
Height1" / 25.8 mm
Diameter2.5" / 64 mm
Weight6.7 oz / 190 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.655 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 4.65 x 2.85"

Sunwayfoto DDP-64SI Reviews

Well made, but detent clicks are very soft

By Andrew
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-22

Unfortunately the DDP64SI rotator has the same weakness that all the similar cheapie eBay pano rotators have: the click detents are uselessly soft. As in did this thing click? as you turn the camera. I bought the DDP64SI has a more compact alternative to the Nodal Ninja RD16, which has solid firm clicks. Alas no good. Have to stick to using the huge heavy NN =/ BTW I use Sunwayfoto clamps and rails and am very happy with them. Even have their L-bracket for the Sony 7ARIV (until RRS get their act together - how many months has it been guys?) - great. So I am not anti Sunwayfoto. Far from it. It is just that their rotator is substandard.

Works great

By tom
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-06-06

Indexing rotator works great. I use the 8 degree index the most, provides me with good amount of over lap for most panoramas. The specs are wrong. You have 8,12,15, and 18 degrees indents which works good with longer lenses.

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What is the degree of detent interval? The description and the picture are different.
Asked by: Chin-Jang L.
There are 4 different degrees of intervals according to the Sunwayfoto website; 8, 12, 15, and 18.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Can you mount a regular ball head to the top of ...

Can you mount a regular ball head to the top of the DDP-64SI?
Asked by: Patrick
If you used a bushing converter to change the top mounting to 3/8", you could mount a ballhead to the top of this rotator.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-03-20
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