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The new VR-System Slant was designed especially for fisheye lenses with a vertical image angle of 180°.
The camera is to be mounted on the panorama system horizontally at an angle of 60° and it can also be tilted vertically at up to 15°. With this slanted camera position, complete spherical panoramas with impressive pictorial effect can be achieved with only three or four overlapping exposures. It is especially simple to make these photographs with the aid of a monopod.
The VR-System Slant is meant for all photographers who wish to produce high-grade spherical panoramas quickly and efficiently for internet applications, such as, for example, virtual tours.

Recommended camera-/lens combinations:

  • Cameras with APS-C sensor size (1,5-1,6 crop) as well as Canon cameras from the 1D series (1,3 crop):

Sigma 4,5mm / 2,8 EX DC Fisheye HSM
Sigma 8mm / 3.5 EX DG Fisheye
Peleng 8mm / 3.5 Fisheye
Canon EF 8-15mm / 4 L USM Fisheye at 8mm
Lensbaby Circular-Fisheye 5,6mm/3,5

  • Cameras with full frame sensor:

Please note: The lens hood should be removed with these lenses:
Tokina AT-X 10-17mm / 3.5-4.5 DX Fisheye at 12mm
Sigma 8mm / 3.5 EX DG Fisheye
Sigma 10mm / 2.8 EX DC Fisheye HSM
Nikkor AF 10.5mm / 2.8 G ED DX Fisheye
Samyang* 8mm / 3.5 Fisheye
Samyang* 8mm / 2,8 Fisheye (Version I and II)
Canon EF 8-15mm / 4 L USM Fisheye at 12mm

Technical Data:

Weight: 780 grams (1.72 lbs)
Dimensions: 155×175×75mm (61.8×67.8×3inches)
Tripod sockets: 1/4” and 3/8”


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