Been looking into doing multirow panos.
Looking to setup 360 Setups with virtual tours.
I understand I would need to take pictures horizontally with overlap. Then "rotate" the camera up @ a degree, and then RETAKE horizontally with similar or same overlap. then "rotate" the camera down past the level horizontal originally took at at a degree down, probably same as degree up, then take pictures along the horizontal line with same or similar overlap.
OBVIOUSLY I'll need a tripod ; ).
Now the first question is which one? Light weight not NEEDED. (notice I said needed, if I can get a GREAT deal on a lightweight for similar priced aluminums fine)
Secondly, and this is the biggest one, what "setup" would I need to go with for "head"'(S)?
I was looking at the Really Right Stuff Package,
Ultimate-Pro Omni-Pivot Package
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I then add an L plate for my 5d B5D-L: Lplate for Canon 5D without grip
Is this a good setup? Too pricey? Can I get by with a different setup? (at a cheaper cost?)
If this MUST be the setup, which legs? (see question one)
If I can go with a different setup, which legs? (see question one) (if it will change, I am assuming yes as I am adding more weight)
This will be used with only the gear you see below, and I have no plans of adding any LARGER (heavier) lenses, maybe smaller (and lighter).