iStaging kindly offered me to try out their ultimate package. It allows you to create a virtual tour with not only a dedicated 360 camera, but you can even use your own phone along with the special equipment they will happily send out to you completely free.
If you intend to buy this to use as a monopod/tripod for your camera…. DON’T.
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All you have to do is simply upload a short 360 video clip and their software converts it into a living photo, panomoment #360editing #360photo
Roundme is one of the best platforms around for sharing your 360 photos, creating virtual tours, its very easy to use and one of the few to support 3D 360.
Panoraven allows you to upload and share photos without the need to create an account. You can also embed uploaded photos on your website or blog using iframe codes. And it’s free (for personal use but not for commercial use).
Samsung had made a waterproof housing for the original Gear360 2016, but it was virtually impossible to find with only a handful of people actually getting there hands on one. Vidpro has created a version of their own and as I was heading off on holiday I thought I could get some great footage while snorkeling. #SamsungGear360 #Waterproof
This is a great little compact monopod with a quick lock system. I prefer this for 360 photography as i find the monopods with clips show up in the nadir. This remains hidden and gives you a much easier nadir to remove in photoshop.
As selfie sticks go I have to say this one is pretty sleek. The grip has a nice rubberised feel to it which gives you grip and confidence you wont easily drop it. Its light, compacts down to a reasonable size to fit in your pocket, albeit a little on the chubby side for some pockets. Overall Im impressed.
I’ve had the Mi Sphere for over a month now so I thought I would write a review of my experience so far and include some tips I’ve picked up