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NN3 MK3 w/ Lower Rotator D10 Pkg

SKU: NN-F3320
$470.00

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Introducing the NEW NN3 MK3

The NN3 has evolved over its 12 year culmination of production from the NN1 in 2005 to the NN3 MK3 in 2017. The latest generation “MK3” is created using state of the art computer-controlled cutting (CNC) machines resulting is greater precision, uniformity and cross compatibility. Small sleek and sexy. The NN3 MK3 is lightweight and compact. Arca-Swiss compatible and like the MKII suitable for compact cameras, Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras, and even smaller DSLR’s with lens up to 50mm.

NN3 MK3 utilizes Rotator Mini or Rotator D10 as the lower rotator, which are used in other Nodal Ninjas. It also shares many parts and accessories with NN6, making the whole system much more versatile and cost effective when shifting or upgrading to other models. Like NN6, the MK3 is compatible with the coming motorized rotators, capable of transforming into a 2-axis fully automatic pan/ tilt head with diverse functions.

Special surface treatment in upper rotator to increase the friction for much larger loading than NN3 MKII.

Advanced Rotator D10:

Many people have requested a rotator that has the size of advanced Rotator D5 but with more detent options. Advanced Rotator D10 is the answer. It achieves the best balance of size and versatility.

Features:

Compact, lightweight with 10 detent options ranging from 90 to 5 degrees that can be changed on the fly. Suitable for fisheye, wide angle and telephoto lenses up to 200mm equivalent focal length. 10 different degree stop increments (with equivalent number of stops around) include:

  • 5 (72 stops)*
  • 7.5 (48 stops)*
  • 10 (36 stops)
  • 15 (24 stops)
  • 18 (20 stops)*
  • 30 (12 stops)*
  • 36 (10 stops)
  • 45 (8 stops)*
  • 60 (6 stops)
  • 90 (4 stops)*Requires dual detent plungers (included).

 

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