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Ellis Vener

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For some still life applications I am looking into using the tripod mount version of the  Zoerk Panoramic Shift Adapter  with a Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III,  and Hasselblad Carl Zeiss PLANAR CF F/3.5 100 MM and  MAKRO-PLANAR CF F/4 120MM lenses.

The Zoerk PSA will be fitted with an Arca-Swiss type anti-twist plate and used with  a Really Right Stuff PG-02 VA.

My question: Are there any issues between the body and the mounting rig that will limit camera movement?
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Ellis Vener

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Zoerk PSA is a really popular tool obviously! ::)
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Dennishh

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I've used a Zoerk shift adapter for 15 years now and have had no problems with it. The only problems you may run into are the mounting of your camera on tripod but those are easily overcome. I use Pentax 645 and 67 lenses the images produced using a three stitch are just incredible.
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Thanks Dennis,

Which camera bodies are you using  and have you ever shot with the camera rig pointing down?
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I shoot with a Canon 1DSMK3 and 5D2. I have many times.
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