Hi all, In preparation for my upcoming trip to Iceland (5 weeks to go!) I am looking at tripod solutions that are cheap, lightweight and can deal with panoramas (I'll also take any of those small 7-300mm f1.8 zooms that weigh about 300g, if anyone still has any lying around). Doing my research I've come up with multiple questions and possible solutions. My first Idea was to just add an additional panning base on top of my ball head and then attach a nodal slide to that. This comes in at about 50€ in total and is also lightweight. It would seem to be the perfect solution, but my research also tells me that this will only allow panos where the horizon is completely in the middle. I am intending to go through all this trouble to be able to improve my compositions by being able to add foreground elements more easily. Constricting the horizon to the middle of the frame seems counterintuitive, and cropping the precious vertical pixels when I have sooo many horizontal ones available does not seem ideal either. I can add another panning base and a vertical slide (about further 90€) too add a fully fledged panoramic system but would lose both cheap (it is still relatively cheap for pano heads I know) and lightweight in the process. Is there any other way to do single row panos that will stitch well with foreground elements? I've previously done my pano's handheld and rarely had any issues, but this time I am planning to print the whole thing big if it turns out well and I'd rather not mess it up. Any tips?