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Butiga Riva made with Nadir Samurai head - Made in Croatia

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Testing new panoramic head with option for taking the perfect nadir and zenith from tripod without seeing the tripod. This is still prototype panoramic head, not in the serial production. Made with 6+6 photos +2 zenit + 3 nadir ( nikkor 14-24 at 14). Custom made panoramic head Nadir Samurai for d700+14-24 - Made in Croatia

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