I guess this could be for any format, but since I use Rollei's, I'm posting here. I shoot a lot of multiple "pan" images, from 2 - 4 shots, and connect them when matting / framing. I compose each frame and control the overlap carefully, holding the overlap to a minimum. I have found that using a RolleiFix shifts the optical center of the lens far enough that parallax between shots is minimal, at least for landscapes. When I set up, in order for all the shots to sweep level, I have to level (plumb) the tripod column as well as the camera mount plate for this to work. To do this, I use a dial level, mounted to a right angle bracket. I set up with my best eyeball plumb, then place this level on the opposite side of each leg, get level, move the the next, etc. I can get the column plumb in 2 complete cycles, sometimes 1 if my eyeball set up was close enough. Then I level the camera mount. The question: I would like some faster (and more convenient) way of doing this. Maybe 3 smaller levels I can attach to the column (like by rubber band wrapped around it), so I don't have to hold the level with one hand and finesse the leg lock (on the other side) with my only other hand, for each leg. I have looked on line for a vertical mount level small enough for this and can't find one. Any ideas?