Vertical Pano Arm Extender
the additional clearance provided by the BEX-1.75, this camera/lens
combination would not clear the bottom rail and fully rotate to capture
the zenith (straight up).
extends the height
vertical arm on our Omni-Pivot Packages
is useful for certain camera-lens combinations when one wants to shoot
the zenith (pointing straight up). Though not necessary for most
flat-projection, composite panoramas that most nature photographers
create, those shooting spherical or "virtual reality" images will find
The dovetail at the top is
bidirectional so you can orient it to slide fore/aft or left/right.
(WxDxH): 1.5" x 1.5" x 1.75" (38.1mm x 38.1mm x 44.5mm)
Includes: BEX-1.75, two B107 ¼"-20 captive screws, Hex Key
Install the BEX-1.75 directly to the bottom rail (with two screws, included), or choose BEX-1.75 Set
with B2-FAB clamp. The set delivers quick-release convenience.
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International League of Conservation Photographers shoots to preserve Patagonia, Chile
Jack Dykinga using his Really Right Stuff gear during the iLCP RAVE to Patagonia, Chile.
Photo by Daniel Beltra, Image © 2010 Daniel Beltra
Location: Aysen, Chile. Estancia Chacabuco, future Patagonia National Park. 18 February 2010
Equipment Used to take photo:
Canon EOS 5D Mark II; EF 24-70mm/f2.8L; f/8 @ 1/125 sec; ISO 250
Really Right Stuff Gear Shown:
TVC-33 tripod; BH-55 Pro ballhead; BD3-L
About the Shot:
Photographers from around the world in the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP
) pooled their diverse specialties and talents at the Patagonia RAVE to help preserve a pristine region in Patagonia, Chile. A European energy consortium is trying to build five hydro-electric
dams on two of the wildest rivers in the
world - the Rio Baker and Rio Pascua, that would flood much of unspoiled Patagonia. © 2010 Jack Dykinga
The Patagonian Foundation and Conservacion Patagonica invited the iLCP to launch a Rapid Assessment Visual Expedition (RAVE) to shine a light on the issue and open our eyes with their images. This RAVE involved six world renowned media
professionals from Spain, the US, and Chile who spent three weeks documenting the area in photos and videos. Included in the expedition team was Pulitzer Prize winner and National
Geographic photographer Jack Dykinga
(shown in photo), and two time World Press winner and
Prince's Rainforest Project Award winner Daniel Beltra
*Check out The Patagonia RAVE Blog
© 2010 Jack Dykinga
What is iLCP?
is a non-profit organization and select group of world-renowned nature photographer and videographers who help preserve our ecosystem through their powerful images. They partner with scientists, conservation groups and government officials, to bring awareness of the dangers facing our world with awe-inspiring images.
Interested? Watch a short video about iLCP.
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