The Manfrotto 300N Panoramic Rotation Head allows the photographer to take sequential constant-angle shots around a single axis, an essential part of achieving accurate and easy-to-stitch panoramic compositions. The set positions of the 300N give ample choice of rotation angle and number of photos needed to complete a 360° pan.
To make angle selection easier, a 'click-stop' selector screw is included and attached to a safety cable to prevent it from being separated from the head. The 300N also comes complete with a secondary locking screw which stops unwanted or accidental rotation of the head when heavy or off-centre equipment makes it less balanced or when the head is used for non-horizontal rotation. The 300N can also be used as a turntable base for object panoramas, or as a means of reading the angle of rotation of camera pan movements in a range of photography uses. A camera can be mounted on the panoramic unit by adding one of a range of quick release, sliding or fixed plates or a conventional geared, ball or 3-way head.
- Allows sequential constant-angle shots around one axis
- Ample choice of rotation angle
- Click-stop selector screw included and attached to safety cable
- Secondary locking screw to stop unwanted rotation of the head
- Also used as a turntable base for object panoramas
|Independent Pan Lock||Yes|
|Pan Bar Included||No|