I have a rule that I’m the only person that handles my equipment. I ignored that rule and it cost me a camera. I was working at a construction site and had attached my Nikon 360 to a large beam that was being lifted over the site. Once it was in place one of the workers said he’d retrieve my camera for he. The camera didn’t survive the 25 foot fall onto the concrete floor.
I’ve managed to find a KM 360 to replace it but I’m wondering if there is something better out there for shooting 360 video.
Kandao Qooocam is another inexpensive 360 cam w excellent still and video quality, also some nice stereo modes for 180° VR and stereo “3D” photos, and other interesting and unique features from kandao https://amzn.to/2SMiW6y
Thank you for your suggestions Sam, I see what you mean about the improved quality.
This is a big help.
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