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(March 18-27, 2011)

Markus Altendorff

At The Limits

Pat Albright

The Box Limit

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

26 March 2011 1:45p -6 UTC Central Texas Time

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© 2011 Pat Albright, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

The box is a container of specific size and designed function, size and weight capacity limits.

Our box is 18" x 18" x 18" high. (45 x 45 x 45cm)

It has a certification stamp showing that it is 'Single Wall construction'. When people stack this type of box they should know that it has an edge crush rating of 32 pounds/inch. The box stack height size limit is 75 inches with a gross weight limit of 65 pounds. The box manufacturer is located in Denver, Colorado. [Manufacturer company name shown at the circle top.. was edited out].

Other Limit markings are:

Center of gravity.

Up side of box.

Use no Hooks.

Contents are breakable.

Protect from rain.

Contains Flammable Liquids.

Do not crush.

Protect from Sun (see zenith).

May contain explosives (Type 1) (See Nadir).

When using boxes of any type remember they come with specific limitations. Have you ever seen a misused box? It not a pretty picture!
Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 and R10



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USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 32° 39' 37.41" N
Long: 98° 23' 16.88" W

Elevation: Elev 771 feet above Mean Se Level

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Canon 5D, Sigma 8mm f/3.5, No Tripod, Fanotec Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 Ring Mount Pano Head , 4 Raw images +5 deg tilt, Adobe Raw Converter 6, Adobe Photoshop CS5, PTGui Pro 8.3.10, Pano2VR 3.0 Panoramic Image Converter (Rev 1685/4.7.1 March 23, 2011).

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