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Getting noticed at Slik

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Aldo Hoeben
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I use a 15 year old tripod manufactured by Slik. I though I'ld drop by and proudly show them my slightly worn, slightly modified tripod. Oddly, they found my shaved Tokina 10-17mm much more interesting, and insisted on taking a picture of it.

Manfrotto Panoramic presentation

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Hans Nyberg
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From a presentation of Manfrotto tripods at the Fotocommunity booth.
An horizontal pole shot behind the speaker.

Velbon Stand

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Ian Wood
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Underneath one of the Velbon tripods. If you're doing table-top panoramas, make sure you have a look at their Ultra Maxi Mini tripod which is really small and adaptable. I'll be doing a mini-review of the one I bought in the next couple of weeks...

Manfrotto Stand

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Ian Wood
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Fixing cables

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panoshot
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Jan fixes a cable for the audio system. The first group of visitor - escorted by a fair hostess - are on our booth. It's 11:15 in the morning.

Blank canvas

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Aldo Hoeben
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Like last Photokina, I shot a quick handheld panorama minutes after first arriving at the IVRPA booth on day 0.

The past few days I've been working hard to prepare an immersive dome projection on the booth. When I finally arrived at the booth I was somewhat struck by the sheer size of the hole in the wall. Oh my, if only the calculations for the halfdome gores are correct...