Here you’ll find all my 360 reviews of 360 accessories, 360 cameras that i’ve used hands on, plus some guest reviews.
If you intend to buy this to use as a monopod/tripod for your camera.... DON'T.
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.
A Hands on Review of Samsung Gear 360 2016 Waterproof Housing. This housing proved difficult to get hold of, was it worth it?
A hands on review the Xiaomi Selfie Stick and some tips & tricks. As selfie sticks go I have to say this one is pretty sleek.
This was sent to me by Google as part of the Street View loan program and well lets just say I was disappointed.
Get all the ins, outs and the real story on Detu Max with a hands on review by guest author Peter Lottenbac
Insta360 GO in Depth Hands On Review. Everything you need to know about the Insta360 GO, the world’s smallest stabilized camera.
Kandao Qoocam 8K in Depth Hands On Review. Everything you need to know about the Kandao Qoocam 8K, the first 8K 360 camera for consumers.
A Hands on Review of the Ricoh Theta S. I’ve been using the Theta S for for almost 2 months now so I thought I'd write a review of my experience with it.
Samsung Gear 360 (2016) Hands On Review I’ve had my Samsung Gear 360 since March 2016, so I felt it's about time I shared some tips & tricks.
I’ve had the Mi Sphere since mid December 2017, so I thought I would write an in depth hands on review of my experience and include some tips I've picked up
How to create a living 360 photo with Panomoments? All you have to do is simply upload a short 360 video clip and their software converts it.
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.
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).
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.