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"Noise" or "Grain" in filming
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Help please! I have the first samsung vr 360 model and in each shoot appears noise or grains... Some people tells me that was the micro sd and i bought the samsung 128gb 10 class u3, but the problem persisted. Help!
Insta360 PRO Specs
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What is the focal length of each camera lens?
Magicsee P3 360 sport camera
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thanks for info...
Giroptic 360cam Quadcopters and Drones
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Problems connecting to Huawei P9 Lite
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