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Last Reply: twerkken (Yesterday, 03:02 PM)
I wanted to start a thread where people could post 360 cameras/rigs that they are selling. Please visit this thread if you are interested in buying or selling a used 360 rig. I will start this off with our 360 Ri...
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Last Reply: traddy (Yesterday, 11:05 AM)
GoPro show Fusion with 360 sample video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PygsKZXpYrI What do you think about quality?
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Last Reply: traddy (Yesterday, 11:04 AM)
GoPro show its first 360 degree camera. Fusion can filmming with 5.2K resolution. Nothing know about price and release date. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyFz_3VzkGs What do you think about it?
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Last Reply: Cymro (Apr 23 2017 12:20 PM)
There is a person working on the Live Stream ability but only works with windows at the moment, he has also managed to control the camera via the PC. Theta have already have a Live Stream model available.
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Last Reply: Cymro (Apr 23 2017 12:12 PM)
Thats was for the previous update (i) not the new update (L) (I) was a full update that added features, (L) appears (after a few days use) to be stitching correction and lens exposure balance.
360 Cameras for sale
twerkken - Yesterday, 03:02 PM
GoPro Fusion 360 sample videos
traddy - Yesterday, 11:05 AM
GoPro Fusion what do you think about new 360 camera?
traddy - Yesterday, 11:04 AM
Camera Update (L)
Cymro - Apr 16 2017 01:01 PM
360 Gear Phone App Compatibility?
Mike - Apr 13 2017 01:55 AM
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