Have you seen remote control for LG 360 cameras? If not, is possibility to use few cameras in the same time?
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Last Reply: James (Today, 05:38 PM)
I have been using this, the FOV is reduced (30% ? due to the refraction) and the resulting footage is difficult to stitch for 'close', but better for far away objects. I think a 3 camera array for UW is likely a better solution. On...
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Last Reply: James (Today, 05:35 PM)
Did you ever find a solution to this issue?
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Last Reply: Vance (Mar 27 2017 04:42 PM)
I just got mine today, March 27, 2017 with the mini-usb connector. It is not long enough if you have a case on your phone. I had to modify my case with a Dremel tool (grinding tool) to provide more clearance for the camera ball to s...
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Last Reply: lunadude (Mar 25 2017 02:58 AM)
Hmm, interesting. Was this a video of an interactive piece?https://youtu.be/yZOdelqXp2I
LG 360 cam remote control
Posted 20 August 2016 - 09:34 PM
I've taken some photos from a distance away from my LG 360 camera using my cell phone app shutter button. The downside is every photo either has me looking down at the phone's screen to find the button or every photo unavoidably has the cell phone prominently in my hand. I haven't run tests with the 10 second timer yet. Would would be cool is if the LG app, in a future update, incorporated on of the touch of a volume buttons to initiate the camera shutter. This would be much easier to snap a picture and i've had other remote apps make use of this method.
Posted 21 August 2016 - 04:21 PM
I use the 3 or 10 second timer for the shutter. Unless I just want to take the picture now.
You can set the timer and then put your phone in your pocket. The camera retains the setting, so you just push the button and you will hear the timer beeps.
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