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Acratech Panoramic Head with Leveling Base Kit

BH #ACPHLBK (B&H Kit)
Acratech Panoramic Head with Leveling Base Kit
Key Features
  • For Multi-Row Stitched Panoramic Imagery
  • Use with Lenses up to 600mm f/4.0
  • Arca-Type Compatible Quick Release Clamp
  • Laser-Etched Markings for Pan & Tilt
Create beautiful panoramic images with the Acratech Panoramic Head with Leveling Base Kit from B&H while having up to a 600mm lens perfectly balanced. The setup gives you the ability to precisely move a camera and lens incrementally and create a stitched panoramic image.
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Does the clamp of the Panoramic Head have ...

Does the clamp of the Panoramic Head have laser-Etched markings if I buy the Kit with the leveling base? I ask this question because the older model of the clamp did not have markings...
Asked by: Ralph
Yes, it has the laser markings on the clamp. There are photos on the B & H and Acratech websites that show the clamp with markings.
Answered by: Acratech Product Expert
Date published: 2022-07-18

The mounting plate seems a considerable distance ...

The mounting plate seems a considerable distance above the pivot point. Does this cause parallax problems with a multi level panorama with say a 70-200 lens?
Asked by: Lyman
No ones you find the nodal point you should not have any issue with panoramic photography with 70-200mm
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-01

Is this head compatible with the Wimberly ...

Is this head compatible with the Wimberly Sidekick?
Asked by: Brian
The Wimberley Arca Sidekick Ball to Gimbal Head Adapter is designed for use with ball heads, not panoramic tilt heads such as the Acratech Panoramic Head with Leveling Base Kit. While the Wimberley Sidekick would connect to the Acratech Panoramic Head, you may not get full range of motion using the panoramic head.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2022-03-02
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