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360Precision Adjuste : Camera arm Adjustement
Setting the camera slider position accurately is extremely important in achieving a perfectly stitched panorama. Luckily the 360Precision Adjuste allows for quick and precise adjustment of the camera/lens position. You should be able to repeatedly set the camera slider position to with 0.1mm
 
 
Step One.
Assembling the Adjuste Step 1
To be able to move the camera slider you need to loosen the locking screws, the locking screws are located behind the thumbscrew. If the thumbscrew is blocking the screws simply turn it to reveal them. Then loosen the first screw anti-clockwise. You only need to loosen the screws enough to allow the slider to move, you do not need to remove them completely.

Step Two.
Assembling the Adjuste Step 1
Then loosen the second screw anti-clockwise. The camera slider should now be free to move.


Step Three
Assembling the Adjuste Step 1
Align the triangular marker with the correct position for your lens and camera. Then tighten the locking screws and you're ready to go.


Adjuste Details

Adjuste Overview
Adjuste Design Features
Adjuste Pin Plates
Adjuste Gallery
Exploded Views
Parts List/Glossary
Price List
Live Stock List

Settings

Canon Settings
Nikon Settings
Hasselblad Settings

Compatibility

Canon
Nikon/Fuji/Kodak
Sony/Pentax/Olympus

Adjuste Manual

Assembling Adjuste
Adjusting the Elbow
Adjusting the Camera Slider
Base Detent Setup
Changing Detents - MK1
Changing Detents - MK2

Absolute Details

Absolute Details

  360Precision Ltd
Holly Cottage, Barton Lodge
Steeple Aston, Oxford OX25 5QH
United Kingdom



 


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