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#1 Waref

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    Posted 20 November 2016 - 09:54 PM

    Hey all,

    What is the best way to capture a POV 360 video, where I don't have the POV person in shot? Did anyone experience with that? Is it doable with a self made setup where I have 3 BlackMagic Micro cameras mounted on front of the person and 3 mounted on his back? In case yes, what would the stitching workflow look like?

     

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    #2 Steve_in_NJ

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      Posted 21 November 2016 - 08:18 PM

      Consider that in any multicamera 360 rig, the cameras have to be LOCKED into position relative to each other.  The thing you describe would be a 3 foot diameter ball of plastic with six cameras affixed and someone wearing it like a halloween costume.  And then his legs are still in the shot.

       

      Helmet-mounted is the closest you can get to your goal without going off the deep end trying to create something.  If you do take that dive, report back with photos!







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