It was a long time coming, the successor of the extremely popular and successful point and shoot camera RICOH GR II. But now the latest generation of the GR, the version III, is available and
convinces with a new sensor, image stabilization and a revised 28mm lens. As with its predecessor, we now offer a precisely fitting nodal point adapter that is adapted to the GR III, with which
all kinds of panoramas with perfect quality can be realized in the simplest way.
Although the cameras (GR II and GR III) look almost identical at first glance, each version requires its own matching nodal head. The housing of the GR III is about 0.5mm thicker at the relevant points and the nodal point is about 7mm closer to the camera. As a result, the camera moves so close to the axis of rotation that a specially adapted, smaller hand screw is used for attaching the camera. Nevertheless, the GR III can be effortlessly and securely attached and sits in the recess without any play.
As with the GR II, you can create a complete spherical panorama with 3 rows (-48 °, 0 °, + 48 °) and 12 photos each row (every 30 °) as well as up and down (zenith and nadir).
You can buy the pocketPANO COMPACT for the RICOH GR III in the shop...
And again there is an increase in the supported camera models for the smallest multi-row nodal point adapter in the world: From now on the matching pocketPANO COMPACT nodal point adapter is
available for the PANASONIC TZ202 / TZ200 / ZS200.
With 24mm initial focal length (KB equivalent), 10 photos are sufficient for a single-row 360 ° panorama, with 3 rows (plus Zenit + Nadir) you even get a complete 360 ° x 180 ° spherical panorama!
Further information is available here...
You can buy the pocketPANO COMPACT for the PANASONIC TZ202 / TZ200 / ZS200 in the shop...