I want to use my Gear 360 for taking photos as well as videos. I see a lot of examples where you can still see the feet and base plate of tripods. Has anyone got any good recommendations for a tripod or monopod that shows the least amount of base plate or feet? I guess you could photoshop the unwanted stuff out but that seems a pain to have to do that.
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Last Reply: lunadude (Yesterday, 03:03 AM)
Very interesting! I'll check it out and share with other 3D image users. Thanks!
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Last Reply: lunadude (Yesterday, 02:58 AM)
Hmm, interesting. Was this a video of an interactive piece?https://youtu.be/yZOdelqXp2I
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Last Reply: PeterP (Mar 24 2017 07:56 PM)
Hi tunneldave, Great video, how did you fix the camera on your helmet, please?
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Hi @ All, I have the same problem as "brunnerimages". ...
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Anyone try the remote shutter with your Ricoh Theta SC? Any comments?
Whats the best Tripod or Monopod for Samsung Gear 360 ?
Posted 12 July 2016 - 07:50 PM
Hi I like to use these:
- For tabletop or indoor use, or for maximum portability, I use a selfie stick with tripod legs.
- For outdoor use, I like the monoshot.co (monopod with removable and extendable tripod legs).
- For greater height, I like the Manfrotto 5001B Nano light stand, or a Linco light stand (for maximum stability).
The common characteristic of all of these is that the legs are farther from the camera, so the legs occupy a smaller portion of the frame and are easier to clone out.
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