I’m starting a new buisness and thinking to bring 360° to my customers.
It’s the very beginning so for now we go for the most affordable, yet practicable camera available. So our first choice was the kodak’s 4k camera. Since it hasn’t the 360° range I’m thinking to stich using only one camera and two shots. As real estate, it’s mainly motionless view, but still I’m wondering.
Does anyone could tell me if using only one kodak camera could do the job ? In stitching, as in global quality of frames ?
Hi, I used to use a nikon keymission 360 for 360 video, but I decided not to use it anymore because of poor quality. Despite being 4K the picture is too poor to be delivered to a customer. I would only think of using it as a hobby.
I hope this advice will help you.
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