Visual Echoes Panning Plate

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by steveh, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. Does anyone have experience with the "Visual Echoes Panning Plate?" I'd like to hear your experiences before I consider buying it. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. OK, here goes since no one else has responded - I can only speak to one use - shooting with a long, heavy lens from safari vehicles. Properly supported on a bean bag over the roof rails, it allows easy, fluid movement almost as good as a Wimberley head (which would be impossible in this environment). I would not be without it - and other photographers have wanted to buy it from me on the spot.
     
  3. Thanks Curt. I saw it advertised for bird-on-the-ground/water photography, but didn't think it would work well for that use. I'll keep it in mind for Safari use.
     
  4. I can see how it work work well in certain situations on the ground, but I would think you would want a right-angle finder because it would be so low. I will try it on the ground for a hippo-in-the-lily-pond shot if conditions are right.
     

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