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Click here for our user's manual in PDF form. This contains all relevant details with helpful diagrams.

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Click here for our Frequently Asked Questions.

Here are some questions that have come up.

Q. What are the dimensions of the unit?
A. When collapsed, the dimensions are 1½" x 4¼" x 12" (38.1mm x 107.95mm x 304.8mm). It weighs 3.75 lbs (1.7 kilos).
Q. Are the pins that control yaw and pitch loose or captive, spring loaded or manual?
A. The pins are captive - they screw into the respective plates. They are also spring loaded, so that they slide into place by themselves.

Q. The design allows for stops every 10 degrees. If I'm shooting six columns around, how can I be sure that I don't lose my place. A mistake here could ruin my panorama.
A. There is a printed index guide around the rotator base that lets you know where you are at all times. I have found that even working in the dark or low light conditions, it is easy to lift the pin and feel where each hole is located. I can then count how many holes I am skipping and let the pin slide into the correct hole.

Q. Can I use a rotator base that I already own?
A. Yes, the Pinnacle VR system is modular, so you can remove the provided rotator base and replace it with your own.

Q. Can I use a quick release system?
A. Theoretically, this is possible. I haven't tested the system with a quick release since I don't own one. Again, the system is modular, so there is a lot of room for customizing it if you wish.

Q. Can I shoot partial panoramas and mosaics with the Pinnacle VR?
A. Yes! That was part of the driving force behind the design. With the ability to pitch the camera up and down in 10 degree increments, you have a lot of flexibility.


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